The leading provider of operational due diligence to mid-market private equity

Private equity firms seeking expert advice on operations, IT and supply chain performance of target acquisitions turn to TriVista for guidance.

Quality of Operations® Due Diligence

Quality of Operations® is the proprietary methodology we use to rapidly assess and benchmark company operating performance, quantify improvement opportunities and outline plans to produce results.  We use this methodology with both healthy and under-performing companies, on behalf of investors and advisers during operational due diligence on M&A transactions, or during normal course of business when executives need help prioritizing improvements.

In the last 10 years alone, we’ve completed more than 500 Ops Diligence assignments

Because we’re built to serve private equity investors, we work quickly, have global capabilities, and real-world experts from industry on our staff, not just career consultants. Our process includes qualitative and quantitative analyses that drive operational improvements, from 100-day plans to multi-year strategic operational road-maps.  The result is that our clients close more deals because we help them uncover untapped potential in company operations—and that drives enterprise value. Our exposure to thousands of privately-owned, middle-market companies allows us to benchmark performance from a unique perspective. And, because our team has spent decades in industry, we understand how to work seamlessly with management. We have walked in their shoes.

Typical Focus Areas

  • Management Capability
  • Sourcing & Procurement
  • Sales, Inventory & Operations Planning (SIOP)
  • IT Systems
  • Logistics & Transportation Optimization
  • Manufacturing & Distribution Footprint
  • Manufacturing Productivity
  • Asset Optimization & Maintenance
  • Product Development & Product Lifecycle Management


Private equity firm retains TriVista to provide Quality of Operations® Due Diligence on $500 M CPG company. TriVista identifies $10.2 M EBITDA savings.