Does Your Company Have a Feckless Finance Function?

By Rich Bond

The definition of feckless is weak, ineffective, or worthless.

Your finance function is feckless if you routinely:

  • Get unpleasant surprises,
  • Can’t accurately project results,
  • Don’t get actionable recommendations on cost saving or other profit improvements.

Why should this bother you?

Because it doesn’t have to be this way!

We have a track record of helping companies replace their feckless finance person with people who have helped increase profits by 50% or more.

More importantly, as one business owner told us, “I finally feel like I’m running my business, rather than the business running me.”

A better finance function increased their CONTROL.

How do you know if you have a problem?

Contact me. I have 7 simple questions you can answer in 10 minutes or less to help you determine if you have a feckless finance function.  If you do, we can discuss various remediation options.

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