In a post-industrial society, soft refinements and investments are dramatically increasing as 'overhead costs' in businesses. If you shine some light on those costs, you can start doing something about it.

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Already decades ago alerts were clear a paradigm shift was underway, from industrial production to a customer and services perspective, where 'soft' refinements and investments -  such as IT, process development, human resources, creativity, marketing and sales - are much larger parts of a product or service than 'hard' components like material, production, delivery or workshop salaries.

This shift requires a fresh take on how we manage and control our businesses. But in spite of this, financial and IT communities have continued to act on the basis of the industrial T-Ford perspective.

This has resulted in tremendous bureaucracy and exploding overhead costs, instead of efficient activity based process orientation in a post-industrial thinking, leaving promising initiatives, such as Lean, in difficulties addressing businesses as a whole.


  • Help businesses escape from the heavy restrictions and bureaucracy that financial and IT communities have established on businesses
  • Present a Post-Industrial Accounting Model (PIAM) - in full harmony with established standards as GAAP  - that helps businesses to measure both hard and soft refinements and investments
  • Through a Post-Industrial Management Model (PIMM) help companies control and manage their business, enabling increased  competitiveness and profitability

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