Make Managing Your Finances a Breeze

If you are smart, you stay away from the accounting department at the end of the month.  But for when you are charged with managing your finances, staying away is not an option.

Things get a little hectic in there, and all they can focus on is running the balance sheet and closing the books. If you know what’s good for your business, you’ll give them (and all your employees) the tools they need to work smarter and more efficiently.

Where are you today?

We’re all a little tight with the purse strings these days, and when it’s your job to keep a close eye on the financial comings and goings of your company, you want to make sure your systems reflect the most accurate information available. If you answer yes to the following questions its likely time to consider how much longer you or your team can continue to operate under those conditions.

Does it take nights, weekends and overtime to close you’re the books each month?

Have you lost confidence in the accuracy of your financial reporting and budgets?

Are you making business decisions based on that information?

Has the growth of your business put you at risk of non compliance or fraud?

These are important questions for every company.

The answers can make the difference between keeping or loosing good people, recognizing opportunities early, or being left in the dust.

It doesn’t have to be so hard

A business solution from Microsoft provides the answers you want to hear – giving everyone in your organization access to the data most relevant to their roles. From your desk to the front desk your people get personalized information they can use to improve their daily work, rather than chasing numbers and juggling tasks.

The best part?

It’s delivered via role-tailored home pages with a familiar Microsoft Office user experience they already know and affordably delivered in the cloud or on your servers.

Watch the short video on how Shock Doctor reduced the time required for month-end closing by 50 percent and recovered up to 400 hours per year in time spent processing transactions.