Our primary goal is to implement strong operational processes paired with the right technology that saves you time. One of the systems we use is Bill.com, an online accounts payable platform, to digitize your accounts payable process. This system allows you to log in once per week to approve the outstanding payables with the click of a button.
Acclimating to a new country is always complex on a personal level, but whole new levels of complexity are reached when a startup makes the big decision to enter the U.S. market. Learning the intricacies of a foreign market takes you out of your comfort zone, and it can be challenging to grow and prosper in your new environment.
“Companies are proliferating, and far more jobs are being created than there are warm bodies to fill. In any given week, I get up to five inquiries from recruiters; companies of all stages and sizes are looking for people to fill strategy and business development roles. In this environment, most candidates will have several options”
We worked with the team in all aspects of a blended gross margin, cost reduction, and marketing spend! #HypeandVice
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Bookkeeping simply refers to the maintenance of financial transactions and records — keeping the books updated, essentially. This can include recording transactions, invoices, accounts receivable and payable, balance sheets, and payroll. eCommerce bookkeeping is simply noting down transactions as they occur.
Accounting is a more detailed process. eCommerce accounting doesn’t just involve taking notes on your finances but using eCommerce accounting software to analyze these records. Accountants create reports, models, forecasts, perform audits, tax planning, tax reporting, financial forecasting, and risk analysis.
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