Revolutionise Your Business with TWA Lean Associates

30th April 2014

Managing Director of TWA Lean Associates Raymond Byrne started out his career as an accountant.

But after years of delving deep into the finances of the companies he serviced, he realised that his passion lay in much more than just numbers. -I wanted to offer a proactive service that would really make a difference to businesses, says Ray. -My ambition was to help them prosper in all areas, using various tools and techniques to improve their efficiency. I set up TWA Lean Associates with the sole aim of helping people to transform their businesses using Lean six sigma training, coaching and consultancy. Ray has over twenty years experience of working within businesses as diverse as manufacturing, customer contact centres, and financial services. Ray and the team at TWA Lean Associates are passionate about providing people with the tools and knowledge to succeed in business. From internal training to continuous up skilling, TWA provide businesses with the tools, techniques and support to improve and succeed. With extensive experience and accreditation in a number of areas, Ray and the team employ a variety of techniques to get the very best out of a business, including the following: Lean Six Sigma Training Programme Management Managed Client Support Strategic Deployment TWA Lean Associates are also keen make people aware of the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) which provides grants and funding for small and medium enterprises. For those who have the ambition and drive to grow their business, increase profits, secure new contracts, or create new jobs, MAS could provide a grant of between £300-£3000 to help businesses with their improvement projects. -The Manufacturing Advisory Service is a great resource for SME's says Ray. -It's really simple to get the ball rolling and typically achieves a return of at least 66:1 against your initial investment. There are a variety of projects it can be used to help with, including lean and continuous improvement strategies, supply chain strategy and planning, and addressing a wider business strategy. It truly has the power to transform your business. TWA frequently receive fantastic testimonials from happy clients. Michael Love, the Operations Manager of Kingspan Environmental said -Ray and team came in and gave an independent assessment of the constraints affecting the business. I see TWA as partners to the business as they focus on empowering the people to make the changes themselves. We will continue to partner with TWA as they deliver real results, and want to understand our business and see it grow If you would like to find out more about the ways TWA Associates can help to revolutionise your business or you would like to find out more about the grants and funding available from the Manufacturing Advisory Service, contact Raymond Byrne at: Lean Associates 17 Newton Vale Chapeltown SHEFFIELD S35 2YL Email : info@lean-associates.co.uk Tel : +44 (0)7730 458854

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