EVI REVOLUTIONIZES THE WAY ENTEPRISES UNDERSTAND, MEASURE AND IMPROVE THE VALUE DELIVERED TO CUSTOMERS.

EVI OPTIMIZES TO TWO VARIABLES:
CUSTOMER VALUE + SHAREHOLDER VALUE.

EVI CALCULATOR

Run your company’s numbers to see if you can improve performance by optimizing to two variables. START >

EVI SIMULATIONS

Take advantage of the most sophisticated modeling tool to determiner exactly where your organization can drive money to the bottom line. VIDEO >

EVI QUERY ENGINE

Transition from multiple financial sub-systems with augmented intelligence to recognize revenue consistent with ASC 606. DEMO >

EVI CROWDSOURCING

Training and certification prepares Business Analysts and Accountants to apply EVI principles of EVI within your enterprise. JOIN THE CROWD>

WATCH THE VIDEOS TO UNDERSTAND EVI

CUSTOMER VALUE VIDEO SERIES

Many companies lose touch with what their customers are willing to pay for. EVI has a library of videos of customers in a variety of industries telling us what they want in an exchange of value. These industries include telecommunications, cable television, airlines, gaming, and retail. Analysts seeking certification will be asked to diagram a current state and future state diagram to demonstrate an understanding of value.  LEARN MORE >

BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE VIDEO SERIES

Traditionally, there are three layers in the BA Pyramid: Strategy, Business Model, and Business Processes. EVI introduces another layer: Cost Accounting using advanced software to leverage the power of loosely-coupled systems architecture. This provides much greater insights that make it possible to measure value at the level of each business process and down to each customer. LEARN MORE >

BUSINESS PROCESS OPTIMIZATION + GLOBAL PROCESS OWNERSHIP

Lisa Janke is a CFO and EVI Partner. Previously, she worked at E&Y on projects that involved accounting and business process optimization. She will explain the history of Business Process Management (BPM) and the importance of global process ownership (GPO) as prerequisites for EVI. The lecture will be followed by a hands-on exercise that involves analysis of a business process consistent with the EVI principles. LEARN MORE >

Q: Which industries need EVI?

ABusinesses that require replicable services or products benefit most from EVI. Business processes make it possible to satisfy contractual obligations consistently across a distributed organization. Industries with these characteristics include healthcare, financial services, energy, manufacturing, and retail.

Q: What is the scope of EVI?

AEnterprise Value Integration consists of professional services, software, training, certification, and crowdsourcing. The last three elements of our portfolio enable analysts around the world to participate in projects that require an understanding of which business processes create value and which do not.

Q: What is Customer Value?

AWhat a customer will pay for is the definition of Customer Value. When EVI Certified Analysts evaluate each process, they consider whether the process actually creates value for customers as well as for shareholders. It is possible to redesign processes that customers will pay for to be cost-effective, which can turn a cost center into a profit center.

Q: Is EVI worth the effort?

AThe EVI Calculator provides a fast and efficient way to run numbers and see how much more profitable your enterprise can be. The result that is provided is the most conservative possible result based on limited data provided. It is possible that the impact may be two or three times greater.

Q: Where do we begin?

A: If the initial results from the calculator look positive, then we can start by running EVI Simulations, which uses input from EVI Certified Analysts. The other option is to start with EVI Query Engine, which pulls actual data from your financial systems. Based on sentiment or hard data, you can start prioritizing and optimizing value.