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In times of high competitiveness, technological advancement and more demanding consumers, companies tend to organize and plan their steps to meet the needs of steakholders. In order to meet this need, organizations use strategic management tools such as BSC (Balanced Score Card), budgets, strategic map, among others that generate results in the form of data, statistics and information specific to the business itself. Controlling is indispensable in the process of managing these results.

 

Resulting to consolidate the results of strategic management efforts, controllership contributes to assertive decision making, increasing process transparency by providing effective information while eliminating the expenditure of money, energy and time considered as excess.

 

The Controller, in accordance with the strategic objectives, must carry out a comparative analysis between the presented results and the predefined patterns in the budgets and schedules by observing the deviations presented (GAPS) and applying the appropriate measures for correction. Controlling should also lead to sales price formation, structuring of accounting, financial and support processes, cost control, future cash flow, performance analysis by business, and so on.

 

It can be managed by a staff, represented by an advisor or consultant who is not part of the hierarchical pyramid, or by a team member who responds directly to the board.

 

We have expertise in the implementation of the controller and its processes, always contributing to the application of the best practices of business administration. Count on us, we can help reduce the risks of your business through the implementation of the controller.

 

Signs that your company needs the implementation of the controller:

 

  • - Ineffective Management Reports;
  • - Unassertive decisions generally taken by the manager's Feeling;
  • - Failure to generate results by line of business;
  • - Absence of analysis of deviations and their relevance (Planning and Budget);
  • - Absence of accounting and fiscal monitoring;
  • - Unmanaged treasury;
  • - Absence of financial accounts;
  • - Inadequate tax planning;
  • - Non-standardized management reports.

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