Business Autopilot System – coming soon

The Business Autopilot System is designed by Murray to help you create something very special. Every business owner really wants to be able to have their business run without them.

Many, many small business owners spend day in day out working long and hard, sometimes not drawing any salary, and for what?

What have you actually get to show for it?

The Business Autopilot System helps you put in place those critical processes, the documentation, the work-flows, and the reporting.

Everything that is needed so that you can outsource, out-task or hire staff and leverage your business such that it can run without you.

There are really four reasons that you would want to run a Business Autopilot on your business. Firstly you want to make more profit. So, you want to be able to extract more value out of the business, get more clients, reduce your overhead expenses, and have the business run more efficiently, which ultimately generates more profit, leaving more money in your pocket.

Second, you want more growth. You may be at a stage in the business where you have been through a start-up phase and now you are into a rapid growth phase. You are developing new markets, and product innovation. You are looking to offer products and services to a larger number of clients to increase the growth of your business.

Third, you want more time off. It is about time that you had a break, took a holiday without waking up in a cold sweat wondering whether the business is still running, whether your people – the management team and staff – are still running the business profitably.

Lastly, you may be simply looking for a larger resale price for the company.

You may want to package off the company and sell it. You may want to license it, franchise it, or simply sell the entire business to somebody else. History has proven that companies that are systemised and do not require the owner to be doing the work get a higher resale price.

Let me take you back a little bit to 1989 or so.

When I first entered the work force, I was immediately thrust into project management and worked on some Australian military projects.

This was my first sighting of what systems were and how they were being used.

The military are very pedantic about systems and have a very solid grounding in policies and procedures. For them it’s the difference of life or death.

My next venture was with a sales organisation, where they too, used systems to guide what their sales people did. The clients were led down an 8 step pathway to the final sale. At each step, several questions and answers were required to be collected in order to move to the next step. It was very carefully managed, as the sales projections drove the business.

Then I moved to a global corporation of over 150,000 staff. Wow, did I see systems here. So much so, that the company based its reputation on its ability to manage large and complex projects – by using its various systems.

All along, the systems I’m talking about are fully documented with flowcharts, descriptions and measures. I’m not talking about systems that exist in some experts head or that only get lip-service. Real, demonstrable systems.

After this very solid grounding in systemization and 13 years of actually doing it – I was able to start providing consulting services to smaller businesses. As I started discussions with them, it became obvious that they lacked the discipline to have systems in-place and instilled into their staff culture.

I saw this as an opportunity and have since spent my time , providing that level of thinking to businesses of all sizes and industries. Not one of these businesses, has failed to make significant improvements to their bottom line through systemization.

Firstly, with a Korean Bank which was, at the time I started, bankrupt yet within a year with systemization was made profitable and four years later was sold for seven times its purchase price.

Next I worked with the non-US geographic bases of the US Navy (140,000 staff), where new systems were installed to manage and operate their $5billion worth of information technology equipment. My team installed operational systems that increased their service delivery by 600% in 9 months.

Then the opportunity came to start-up my own business. So I started with the vision to have it fully systemised from day one. After about one year, this become a reality, with my efforts required for strategic planning and marketing creation only. The remainder of the entire business is systemised and outsourced.

I call this being on Autopilot. Having enough systems in-place, that others can operate them so you the owner can work on more strategic aspects or spend a lot more time at home.

This Business Autopilot System is the culmination of my work, my learnings from the masters of systemization and hundreds of thousands of dollars of investment in my knowledge and education. Not to mention even more spent on making business mistakes and learning from them.

Enjoy your journey…