Learn How Our Finance Effectiveness Services Eliminate Inefficiency, Lower Cost and Mitigate Risk
As part of our accounting advisory line of services, our team of skilled and credentialed finance effectiveness experts bring a unique, pragmatic and operational perspective to process improvement and internal controls. With expertise and a relentless dedication to quality service, we identify and resolve challenges before they impact the broader business. Our proven approach results in a thoughtful assessment and design of processes and internal controls. As a result, our clients leverage our work to eliminate inefficiency and redundancy while lowering costs and risk.
Explore Our Finance Effectiveness Services
We specialize in solving the most pressing and difficult problems with finance effectiveness services that touch multiple aspects of your organization. Here’s how we can help you:
- Scoping and Risk Assessments
- Design Effectiveness
- Process Documentation
- Process Re-engineering
- Control Identification
- Control Rationalization
- Identification of Gaps
- Gap Remediation
- Lean and Six Sigma
- Deficiency Assessments
- Best Practices
- IT General Controls (ITGC)
- IT Risk Assessment
- Controls Automation
Areas of Focus
Our proven experts enable you to streamline your back office, eliminate redundancy and achieve lasting financial effectiveness.
Learn how our team will deliver lasting results on your most important initiatives.
Identifying, gathering and utilizing the right business information to make strategic decisions continues to be a top‐priority for leading organizations. Increasingly, the CFO is playing a pivotal role as either executive sponsor or gatekeeper.
Although accounting systems and related applications have improved dramatically over the past twenty years, the monthly close remains inefficient for many companies.
A $250 million public company acquired a foreign company requiring the first-time audit of five separate entities under US GAAP.
A $1 billion telecom company experienced rapid growth, resulting in disparate systems and an inefficient cost structure.