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Activity Costing, Control 2007, Workshops and Events

Activity Costing Masterclass

Nimbus Control 2007 is becoming an essential software tool to help organisations to understand and quantify the cost of delivering their core and support services.

Budgets are under pressure, there are demands to demonstrate delivery of Best Value and the challenges to prove efficiency and effectiveness mean that an in depth understanding of costs is essential.

If you are serious about understanding your service delivery costs then this Masterclass will explain how Control 2007 should been used.  This Masterclass uses case studies to demonstrate the full range of Control’s costing functionality.

Control 2007 Costed Process Map

Control 2007 Costed Process Map

These events are facilitated by Ian Seath, Director of Improvement Skills Consulting (and a Partner of Nimbus).

Ian has over 20 years’ consulting experience in helping clients to create and implement continuous improvement programmes, including extensive facilitation of many diverse improvement and change projects.  He has many years’ experience of delivering  Control software training and has an unrivalled understanding of how to use the tool for Activity Costing in a wide range of processes.

The Masterclass covers:

  • Activity Costing Principles
  • Building a Resource Library
  • Adding Durations to activities
  • Adding Custom Volume Costs
  • Dealing with Probabilities and attrition
  • Adding Volume data to processes
  • Costing from the bottom up
  • Preparing Costing Reports
  • Creating Scenarios and models

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