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What you can expect from your assessment
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- The assessment will take 30 to 45 minutes.
- During the assessment we will go over the certification options available to you. We will provide written recommendations in order of strategic importance, along with organizational tips for success.
- We will also identify any obvious red flags that would result in your application's denial.
- If, in our opinion, your company will not benefit from certification at present, we will let you know and advise you in next steps leading to a certification-ready status.
- Our goal is to conduct an honest, impartial analysis that will provide you with the information you need to successfully certify your business.
A typical certification application is 300 to 500 pages long. When an applicant prepares their own certification application, the denial rate is 63% (U.S. GAO Research). It may take years to figure out why an application was denied. However, once your initial certification is approved, annual re-certification each year is simple.
Vantage Point Consulting's goal is to assist you through the certification process, saving you time and increasing the chances of approval. In fact, when clients work with Vantage Point, their chance of successful certification are nearly 100%.
Our experts are skilled professionals eager to help you prepare your certification application in its entirety, so you can focus on other business needs.
Our initial assessment is free and confidential. To get started, call us at 808-253-9700 or email us at http://email@example.com">
We will find out which certifications you are eligible to apply for. Then we will be able to guide you toward the program(s) or certifications that will offer you the best financial opportunities based upon your current specific business evolution, strengths and weaknesses. We will also specify how you should prepare for growth and success working with Fortune 2000 Companies or government agencies.
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