About Us
Bottomline Matter is a business transformation consulting firm. We collaborate with clients to achieve rapid & sustainable improvements in Profit and Free Cash through application of Theory of Constraints.

The Theory of Constraints (TOC) is a management philosophy developed by Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt. TOC treats a corporation not as a collection of independent processes but as a complete system. In the same way that the strength of a chain is limited by the strength of the weakest link, the performance of any organization is limited by the performance of the “system constraint”.

Dr. Goldratt created and developed the Theory of Constraints, an overall framework for helping organizations and individuals to determine:

What to change – find and use the leverage point

What to change to – create simple, practical solutions

How to cause the change – build a secure and stable improvement environment


We are a results-driven and implementation focused firm. We do not leave you with few slides of powerpoint recommendations, instead we take it on us to be with you through the implementation. We believe in a win-win partnership and we demonstrate it through a unique model of commercial contract - a large part of our fee is linked directly to the results produced.

Client teams achieve tangible results in very short period of time through the application of Dr. Elihayu Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints (TOC). Most often initial results are visible within the first 100 days of implementation.

We help our clients to grow topline and enable them to turnaround from loss to profit making or increase profits by 50%-100%. In many cases we have eliminated cash shortages of our clients without increasing borrowings. 

We believe:


Win-win is always possible. So a significant part of our reward is linked to the results produced.
Nothing is ever so good that it cannot be significantly improved. In Dr. Eli Goldratt’s words – Even sky is not the limit.
Argue for your limitations and for sure they are yours. Whether you think you can or can’t, either ways you are right.
Measurements Drive Behavior.

Our Clients