How The Program Works
Feasibility Analysis – a comprehensive financial analysis is created to assess feasibility Financial Modeling – Depicts whether moving operations to Mexico makes sense. Shows initial expenses, probable future profits and savings Location – Visit various regions, if necessary, to determine best fit for operations Compatibility – Enough time is spent with each prospect client to ensure working together makes sense for both parties.
Develop Timeline – Identify project requirements and complete online project management tool Orientation – Meet with all functional area managers for NAPS software training and resource allocation Implementation – Begin tenant improvements, secure all permits/licenses, hire labor, import all equipment and initial raw materials, finalize overall logistics
NAPS: Accountability and Service Oriented – Adheres to client needs; flexible & detail oriented; Offers continuous governmental, corporate, environmental and customs compliance services; Recruits, hires and manages direct and indirect labor, based on job descriptions submitted by client. Client: Production Focused – Manages production and quality control; Provides all raw materials and equipment; Makes final hiring decision for all personnel.