A Clear, Simple Picture
of your business assets to manage growth
You and your bookkeeper have successfully managed data entry and mastered day-to-day accounting functions. But you need more than that to take your business to the next level.
That where Lucrum comes in. Yes, we can do the heavy lifting of managing account reconciliation, accounts payable, invoicing, job costing, audits and other accounting functions. But our outsourced Controller services go beyond basic oversight of your bookkeeping and accounting.
Our proven team of Controllers and accounting experts first give you confidence in the numbers by ensuring you are making decisions based on the right data. Then, we come alongside you to help you interpret that data - giving you a clearer view into your books so you can lead confidently.
What is an outsourced, virtual Controller?
Does my business need an outsourced Controller or CFO?
A financial controller oversees bookkeeping, but also provides management with additional information such as reports about financial performance for use in planning and managing growth. And crucially, the controller must be a good communicator across all levels of an organization.
A controller's function spans across bookkeeping, accounting and accurate reporting. But it normally stops at overall financial strategy, fundraising, finance team management and other C-level responsibilities. If your business needs overall financial direction and guidance, you are more likely in need of CFO resources.
With Lucrum's monthly engagements, you can get access to an entire team of resources including CFOs, Controllers and senior level accountants.
When do you need outsourced Controller services?
Our Senior Accountantsreduce the risk of costly financial mistakes.
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