Cost Containment

Profit Margins: Floating the Boat

Rising Water Floats All  Vessels

Whatever your company does, there your focus lies, until something is awry. Profit is the lifeblood and like the tides, there are warning signs of change before the bottom line is affected. At Trinity Consulting Associates, we look into the smallest of possibilities and make realistic suggestions to correct the loss of profits while the problem is small.

In our past, it has taken as little as 5 months to make a 10-15% in the Food and Beverage arena.

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Balance: Supporting the Flow

Keeping afloat-smooth sailing

Housing a Controller, Director of Finance or other accounting personnel may not be affordable or appropriate for you at this time.

You may need an interim solution as you are searching for the perfect fit for your establishment. Trinity Consulting Associates can help fill those needs as long as they exist and even help with the interview process of potential employees.



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Expansion: When, Where, Why

How to Keep the Balance

Duplicating Success is a beautiful thing. Sinking of both the original and the new is devastating on all levels. Trinity Consulting Associates has 28+ years of a diverse management areas to help evaluate and balance expansion desires.

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Trinity Consulting Associates

Our Company over 29 years of experience in the Cost Containment and Hospitality business. We pride ourselves knowing where and how to how to implement the changes, look in the details of the formulas and sequences of data,  and have the ability to see the vision of your destination.

We know your business depends of maximizing your assets. TCA handles your personnel as well as your spreadsheets with utmost integrity.

Include all the things that make your business unique and better than the competition. Do you have a patented 13-step process for taxidermy that results in the most lifelike stuffed owls? You gotta mention that.

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Now is the time to set sail to a successful destination