Cycle Counting Benefits and Implementation

Cycle counting is a process that replaces comprehensive annual inventories with smaller counts conducted on a continuous basis. In this article learn how investing in a cycle counting inventory system now can create savings for your business in the long run.


Introducing LBMC’s Private Equity Services

We provide solutions in a timely manner to complex problems… Read more »


2020 Business Outlook Trends for Manufacturing

What does 2019 look like for the manufacturing industry? LBMC conducted a national survey covering business unit leaders in eight industries, including manufacturing. The survey collected responses to determine a baseline of optimism and strategy preferences over the past 12 months and the coming 12 months.


U.S. Manufacturers Optimistic Despite Challenges

LBMC/LEA Manufacturing Survey highlights 2019 key business trends including expected… Read more »


Budding plant problems?

Manufacturers see sales growth, but worker shortages and political uncertainty… Read more »


As global economy slows, US manufacturing execs still optimistic

By Mike Reicher, Nashville Tennessean Despite a slowdown in the… Read more »


Manufacturers – What’s your company’s budgeting process?

You’re more likely to have an emotional investment in your annual budget and work harder to achieve your company’s goals if your mindset is creating budget that aligns with your goals and competition.


Leadership in the Digital Age…The more things change the more things stay the same.

The leader encounters ever-changing technology almost daily that didn’t exist a couple decades ago, but the most important tenets of leading people and organizations remain the same.


Tennessee manufacturers need skilled workers

If you’re interested in finding a job in a growing industry in a place where employers and state government are eager to help you get the skills you need, look no further than the manufacturing industry in Tennessee.


3 ways Nashville manufacturers can ensure 3% growth

Now that we’re half-way through the year and looking toward 2018 — with the economy standing strong — how can manufacturers remain focused on key initiatives and priorities? Here are three takeaways.