Management Accounting Services
Monthly management accounts are the cornerstone of every successful business. Senior management needs current and accurate information to assist them in the running of their business. In many small to medium sized businesses accounts are perceived as being a chore which gets in the way of doing what makes you money. What we do is take that burden away from you, feed all the information you give us into our sophisticated computer software and generate meaningful management information that you can use to help run your business. Our systems have particularly good reporting, which makes the accounts easy to understand without dumbing down or blurring the content. Why employ an expensive in-house accountant when you can timeshare one who has education background and years of experience generating computerised management accounts for companies in all kinds of different industries.

Key Performance Indicators (KPI) are financial and non-financial metrics used to help an organization define and measure progress toward organizational goals, especially when applying for ISO9001. KPI’s can be delivered through Business Intelligence techniques to assess the present state of the business and to assist in prescribing a course of action. The act of monitoring KPI’s in real-time is known as business activity monitoring (BAM). KPI’s are frequently used to “value” difficult to measure activities such as the benefits of leadership development, engagement, service, and satisfaction. KPI’s are typically tied to an organisation’s strategy (as exemplified through techniques such as the Balanced Scorecard).

The KPI’s differ depending on the nature of the organization and the organization’s strategy. They help an organization to measure progress towards their organizational goals, especially toward difficult to quantify knowledge-based processes.

A KPI is a key part of a measurable objective, which is made up of a direction, KPI, benchmark, target and time frame. For example: “Increase Average Revenue per Customer from £10 to £15 by EOY 2008”. In this case, ‘Average Revenue Per Customer’ is the KPI.

To help you business and learn about its performance, please contact biking bookkeeper for further information.

Translation to/from Czech language
Coming from the Czech Republic, teaching English as a second language, studying university in English and living in England for 5 years I am able to help you with basic needs with any Czech/Slovakian employees who do not speak any English or  working with document in the Czech or Slovakian  language.

Microsoft Word / Excel & Outlook & Sage (Accounts/Payroll), HMRC free payroll software Training
1 to 1 training tailored to your specific needs.

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