Do you often feel you are not really sure what your breakeven is. Do you feel you apply time and effort based on logic and good advice but you never really reap the benefit you should. You feel cash management is a constant battle and your budgets and forecast never reflects what actually happens. Do you feel frustrated that you do not really know what cash and profit you have in a week or month. Do you know how much staff you can afford and best apply them?
What if we improved your profit and cash immediately by applying an interim CFO for you? What if we could apply an award winning structure to improve your business guaranteed? Well we can!
What is a CFO I hear you ask?
A CFO is responsible for overseeing a company’s financial activities and operations. This includes helping your business address short-term needs and day-to-day analysis — think establishing performance measures and understanding the drivers of cash flow — in addition to long-term ones, such as assessing financial risks and opportunities. As a strategic partner and advisor, the role of a CFO is to keep a company on solid footing and moving forward. Most of their time is spent working with you to improve operations, increase revenue and increase cash flow.
Who needs CFO services?
At Zentapon, we believe that once businesses get to a certain size, there is a real need for a CFO. While we often provide CFO services for companies ranging from $2 million to $20 million in annual sales, we have partnered with smaller and larger businesses as well.
Engaging a professional firm that delivers CFO services can particularly benefit small and mid-sized businesses, which often see their financial situations become more complex as they grow. Many of these companies don’t have room on their payroll to hire a full-time CFO and lack the in-house financial experience they need to make informed strategic, long-term and day-to-day decisions.
Outsourcing the CFO function is a way to bring on much-needed financial expertise on a flexible and affordable basis.
What’s the difference between a CFO and an accountant?
Although many CFOs are accountants. Accountants are not CFOs.
Accountants tend to spend most of their time on accounting and the historical numbers for a business. A CFO plays a much bigger role in the broad business aspects than does an accounting.
While an accountant will usually spend 90% of their time on accounting and 10% on broader matter, with a CFO it is the opposite – 10% on accounting and 90% on business matters.
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Phone: (+61) 4 24 577 855
Zentapon Pty Ltd
How do we embark on our journey together?
We review your current numbers
- Snap shot of your performance
- Creating a Binocular view of your future
- Conduct Financial Diagnostic to apply the cure
Together we maintain momentum by:
- A continuum of improvements monthly
- Profit thrusting improvements (one-off)
Together we make immidiate improvements
- Apply instant changes to pickup cash gains (EASY!)
- Preparing KPI targets, Budget, rolling forecasting
- Drive you to that special goal of yours