Forward thinking business owners get much greater value working with a Virtual CFO
The benefits are HUGE… and it’s not just the lower cost.
Modern business owners are increasingly accustomed to working online, as the internet gets faster and more reliable. So being able to meet instantly and share information online are well and truly part of business life today.
A CFO On-Call can work with you online when it makes sense and in person when you need it.
Finding the best Virtual CFO
CFO On-Call’s 18-point checklist and eBook can help you find the best possible Virtual CFO (VCFO) for your business and get the best return on investment.
Access to experienced financial experts: Have the brightest financial brains on hand in an instant via Skype or other online meeting systems, as if they were in the office next door.
Your time is more flexible: Meetings can be online and at times that suit your busy schedule.
Growth and planning guidance: A Virtual CFO can help you with growth and profit planning and can prepare projections for your bank or lender.
Strategic advice: A Virtual CFO can work with you on a realistic financial strategy to improve cash-flow and profit and help guide you and the business towards it.
Support with navigating complex issues: Have an expert help with pricing, costing, margins, targets, interpreting management accounts and providing you with useful reports that you and your staff can easily understand.
Seamless systems: Documents can be shared, collaborated on and stored online. Final accounts and recommendations can be presented, just as if you were sitting together face to face.
Profit growth: Most importantly, regular clients make a 51% improvement in profit. Why not your business? Click here to learn more.
The cost benefit:
You don’t have to employ someone full-time or part-time to do the same job, freeing you from the responsibilities and on-costs of employment.
Most of the Virtual CFO’s time input will take place at their home office or online. You won’t be required to provide office space or equipment to accommodate their needs, and they spend little or no time in traffic or travelling. They work more efficiently and cost you less.
Fewer people in transit getting to and from workplaces is good for efficiency and the planet.