Your accountant. If you invite us in, we can be a real benefit to you in helping understand your business and what needs to be done to move it forward.
How well is your business doing compared with others? In your industry, in your size? Can you resolve the areas where you are not doing so well and enable better outcomes?
Should you focus on winning more business or on efficiencies that earn more from the clients you have? Or perhaps growth by acquisition?
Probably you should promote your business more, but what will work for you and not just waste your money?
Is this a good time to sell?
There are answers to these questions, but you won’t find them in text books or pre-formatted business plans: they are answers unique to you. Currently they are hidden in the facts and data of your business and market.
We can drill down to them, make sense of them, put them into a clear overall picture that will enable reliable decisions.
The internet is full of stories of one in a million (or billion) exceptions, but the fact is that business failures mostly have in common that they relied on gut instinct and flying seat of the pants, while successes worked hard on research, understanding and real planning.
You may need to call on some specific experts, but to bring it all together in a practical way is the function of an accountant who is deeply grounded in the business.
Being your accountant means we have a unique knowledge and perspective on your business: it makes us well positioned to give you practical, hands on help in many other areas, including: