Almost every company leader has a question: how to keep accounting and finance organized? As a rule, everybody wants everything in the organization to be beautiful: the documents are in order, the taxes are small, and the profit is big. Together with Versia resource, NIX Solutions will try to analyze if entrusting your accounting and consulting are compatible.
What is consulting, and in which case do managers turn to consulting companies?
On the whole, consulting is expert advice to business leaders and private entrepreneurs on the optimization of various business processes, increasing profits and other performance indicators.
When everything seems to be adjusted in the company and the head, in their opinion, used all the means to promote the company and increase profits, they turn to the consulting company. Because there is always something that we did not take into account or do not know, or only seem to know. Or vice versa, no matter how hard the manager tries to establish production processes, nothing develops, loans grow, profits fall, business rolls uphill. In this case, it’s time for business advice. Here you will be prompted how to set up the process, and how to increase profits, and how to reduce taxes competently. They will also give legal advice.
In fact, consulting has recently expanded its functions. In these companies, they not only give consultations, they also conduct training seminars and offer services. The service can be both accounting and financial. Consulting services are most often used by large companies. There, business processes are complex and the responsibility of the head and chief accountant is great. And keeping a staff of experts in the company is a troublesome business.
The main tasks of consulting are:
- recommendations for improving productivity;
- development of a marketing strategy;
- analysis of the current situation and identification of problems;
- tips and solutions for the modernization of the technological process;
- audit of reporting documentation;
- assistance in the reorganization of structural divisions of a business;
- staff training and compilation of teaching aids.