The tough part in explaining what a financial controller is. and what they do. is that they may do a myriad of different things. depending on the nature of the enterprise and institution they are representing. The duties. authority and responsibilities will vary widely from business to business. industry to industry. small company to big company. privately held company to a publicly held one.
The basic duties and responsibilities of a controller. however. start at the same place:
controlling and safeguarding the assets of a business.
How to create positive cashflow
Aspire Now have a special service for expanding businesses. We can show you how to create positive cashflow in your business by:
- Growing sales year after year
- Launching a new product or service
- Employing a new salesperson
- Taking on a new contract or customer
But where is the cash?
Because this service really focuses in on profit and cashflow. we can answer your questions such as “where is the cash when I´m making a profit”.
We can show you how to understand the 8 key financial drivers in your business and how they impact cashflow and profits.
- Where cash is being wasted
- Where the cashflow bottlenecks are occurring
- Potential threats to future viability
- Future capital requirements
- Why you´re making profits but lacking cash.
- Why selling more doesn´t fix cashflow problems
- Loan application success potential
- The way bankers look at your business
- How growth affects your cashflow
Do you want more profit?
Because of slow payers and increasing costs of staff and inventory. we showed one business owner a negative yearly cashflow of -$265.073 … yet they were making a profit! Working together we got this back to a positive cashflow by showing him how a number of small changes can achieve the goal.
We can show you how to get more profit and much better cashflow using our modern business tools and our years of business accounting expertise.
We can do this for almost ANY business … and just on bank overdraft fees it can save you $thousands!