What is a controllership?
A Controllership is a position of a controller or comptroller within an organization. This officer audits accounts and supervises the financial affairs of a corporation. It's the responsibility of the controller to create a clear and transparent financial analysis on the health of the business.
Much like a physician, maintains a healthy body, a controllership monitors and maintains a healthy business. The addition of the "right" controllership position to your company can add great deal of experience to your organization.
The Benefits of Experienced Controllers:
Organizational Behavior Analysis - an outside look to find inside cost savings
Leadership Skills - ability to come up with a financial plan that your team can easily follow
Operations (Production) Management - industry specific controllers can reduce operating and production costs
Business Cycle Economics - understands time sensitive business cycle that could be costly to business owners
Managerial Finance - can work with your staff to reduce expense by testing and measuring through management
Controllership can be full-time position for large organizations. Outsourcing Controllership allows small to mid-size companies to benefit from their expertise, for less cost.
For information on how a controllership would benefit your company
contact Vidussi Makara Group.
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