Financial and Operational Resilience Services – Why it is Important for Your Business

During an unexpected crisis, businesses often find themselves struggling with declining profitability and cash obligations, leading to insufficient cash flow and a high proportion of debt-to-equity problems. Financial and Operational Resilience services can provide an in-depth analysis of your financial performance to mitigate potential risks from various perspectives early on.

Why Choose Cekindo’s Financial and Operational Resilience Services in Indonesia?

With in-depth knowledge of the local business landscape, our team of financial experts can assist with setting up your financial KPIs as the Financial & Operational approach is highly customizable to your business model. As soon as we receive all necessary documents, we will study them and provide a comprehensive report on:

  • The most profitable areas in your business and align capacity to revenue through Revenue Modelling
  • Restructure debts and manage capital expenditure through Cash Flow Management
  • Manage credit and inventory through Working Capital

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What to Expect from Cekindo’s Financial and Operational Resilience Services in Indonesia?



Understanding the financial position of your company when undertaking current operations.



You can gain insight into existing and potential gaps for immediate improvement.



You can study the findings and adopt any remedies.

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Your business will be provided with an in-depth analysis of financial performance, including simplified financial model, revenue modelling, cost analysis, as well as recommendations for restructuring debts and managing capital expenditure through cash flow management, managing credit and inventory through working capital, and even an advice for possible incentives from the government.

Financial & Operational Resilience Program will benefit companies that are:
Struggling with declining profitability both long-term and short-term
Having trouble with cash flow
Unable to meet cash obligations, and
Grappling with a high proportion of debt to equity