Controller Plans For Your Business
Our Outsourced Controllers are highly experienced professionals with experience in privately held businesses, nonprofit organizations, and publicly traded entities. They are skilled at preparing financial information used by management for making strategic business decisions.
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Controllers Deliver Information for Financial Decisions
Our team of Controllers delivers visibility from financial results and information required to make optimal financial decisions. Windes’ Controllers also come well versed in all the major accounting systems like QuickBooks, Sage Intacct, Xero, Netsuite, and more.
They will take charge of managing financial and accounting operations in your organization. This includes overseeing accounting supervisors and staff accountants, with the goal to deliver a level of reporting that provides greater financial visibility for the company.
Their objective is a level of financial visibility making information relevant, insightful, accurate, and timely. Regardless of the size or state of your business, managing the accuracy and timeliness of your company’s financial performance is essential.
Specific Controller Duties
Controllers are responsible for reporting financial results. This ensures that strategic, timely decisions are made to achieve business success. They also analyze and report sales margins, cash forecasting, and other operational metrics.
Controllers work with your legal team to ensure compliance with state, local, and federal laws related to accounting and tax. They keep your financial reporting compliant with accepted accounting rules.
Controllers are responsible for the administration of all payments, collections, and overall cash management. Controllers also provide external parties with financial results, when necessary.
Controllers are responsible for establishing and executing internal controls over the company’s accounting and financial procedures. This includes reviewing and approving invoices to be paid, as well as reviewing accounts receivable aging reports. In some cases, the controller will handle collections on invoices, especially when they reach 45 to 60 days overdue.
Controllers manage important budgeting schedules throughout an organization. Although the controller doesn’t always maintain the annual budget, the controller position monitors variances, summarizes trends, and investigates budget deficiencies.
Scale as You Grow
You can get an Outsourced Controller with all the required qualifications for a fraction of the cost of a full-time employee. You gain all their experience and knowledge with the ability to scale our offering to match your needs.
Windes is committed to customizing a plan to fit your needs.
Guy Nicio, CPA. MST
Partner – Chairman Tax