What is a company worth? This question can only be answered insufficiently by looking at the balance sheet. On the one hand, assets listed on the balance sheet – such as buildings, land or machinery – rarely match the true market value. And secondly, the total value of the company largely depends on how efficiently – that is, with what returns -– the total capital can work. In the long term, the value of the company can be increased by optimizing returns and costs as well as the use of capital. With careful analysis, we determine for our clients in which areas of the company potential value drivers are hidden and how their potential can be translated into concrete value increases.