We provide boards and management teams with the insights to measure their operations and innovation investments connecting customer experience and investor value to internal operations, workforce efficiency and their wider community.
Our vision is to see the global economy achieve productivity growth across all sectors, with the benefits shared amongst customers, employees, investors and the wider community.
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The Opagio platform provides you with the tools, methodology and support to drive define your growth capital strategy and deliver operational excellence. With a clear understanding of the value your intangible assets deliver you can obtain an improved valuation and raise capital on improved terms.
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Opagio Flywheel

Our simple Opagio Flywheel has 4 key phases to help firms deliver operational excellence and innovate:
The Opagio Platform provides you with the ability to Model and Measure your productivity, innovation and intangible assets. Total Factor Reporting enables you to Analyse and Transform your business to drive operational excellence and more successful innovation investment to meet the needs of all your stakeholders in a sustainable way. This can be used incrementally at all levels of operations, from the process level up to the firm level.
The key to making better decisions is to ensure you use data to inform them. We support firms (both private and public) to manage their investments to achieve operational excellence and innovate using a structured methodology, a universal working arrangements description language and universally standardised reporting.

Econometric measurement

We have developed a common measurement and reporting framework for your firm in consultation with the UK’s Office of National Statistics (ONS), in alignment with Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and with academic feedback from economists at Birkbeck College University of London. These economists are particularly interested in the firm’s ability to improve productivity, not just measure it. As part of this research, drafts have been presented to the Chief Economist of the Bank of England (BoE), the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR), and the UK’s Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and the Institute of Directors (IOD).

Productivity history

The need to share the gains in productivity between customers, employees and investors, was first articulated by F. W. Taylor in Scientific Management.* Henry Ford, then CEO of Ford Motors, was the first large US corporation to implement this approach. He increased customer value by dramatically reducing the cost of the Model T from $500 in 1911 to $260 in 1926. He increased the wages of production line workers to $5 a day in 1913 (the highest in the nation) and provided outstanding returns to his shareholders during the same period.
*(Taylor 1911 [1]), and reinforced by his colleague for many years (Gantt 1919 [2]). The same approach was also publicly promoted in the UK by Seebohm Rowntree (Rowntree 1921 [3]).

Customer-centric innovation

Over the past 25 years of the tech revolution of personal computing, the internet and global digital business top companies have invested increasingly in R&D, AI and Automation. The most successful firms are customer-obsessed and focus the majority of their investments in customer-centric innovation and disruption. The rate of change is accelerating, and those that aren’t innovating successfully are being left behind. Ensure you are a leader with clear oversight on your innovation investments.

Intangible assets economy

R&D, Brand and Marketing, Technology Platform, Organisation Design, and Employee Engagement and Training — are all key drivers of growth, and are considered intangible assets by economists, but are not fully recognised by GAAP accounting standards. ⅔ of intangible assets are unmeasured by firms, as confirmed by the ONS. The Opagio platform helps you identify, measure and track your intangible assets to ensure firms receive the true market value for their investments.
Between 1995 and 2015, the share of intangible asset market value (IAMV) of the S&P500 index components increased from 68% to 84% (as calculated by Ocean Tomo).
COVID-19 has accelerated the trend of increasing IAMV share, with intangible assets now commanding over 90% of the S&P500 market value. This trend holds for the S&P Europe 350 index as well, with an increase from 71% in 2015 to 74% in 2020.
The Opagio platform provides you with the tools, methodology and support to drive define your growth capital strategy and deliver operational excellence. With a clear understanding of the value your intangible assets deliver you can obtain an improved valuation and raise capital on improved terms.
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