The accounting and finance department plays a vital role in every business. Whether you are a small startup or a well-established enterprise, you will only be as strong as your financials.
Here are some of the benefits of outsourcing accounting and finance services:
- Save time and money
Outsourcing allows companies to simply pay for the service rendered, as opposed to getting bogged down in associated costs like equipment, rentals, recruitment, and a host of other avoidable expenses.
- Personalized financial strategies and programs
Outsourcing providers offer personalized strategies to fit your unique business. Because most teams are dedicated, you get the advantage of an in-house team without the costs, liabilities, and red tape.
- Utilize state of the art tools and expertise
Outsourcing providers utilize industry-specific technology platforms, recruit from deep talent pools, and typically feature management personnel that specializes in your niche.
- Expanded talent pools
While attrition and rising labor costs might be a fact of life in most cities, outsourcing providers are usually strategically located overseas which allows you to leverage offshore economics to pay less while attracting highly educated talent that views your available positions as long term opportunities.
Choosing the Right Partner
At SuperStaff, we combine access to a large talent pool with state of the art technology and a decade of experience to exceed your expectations. We will help you cope with the demands of the industry by giving you a cost-saving advantage over your contemporaries.
What We Offer
At SuperStaff, we provide experts that are dedicated to delivering tangible and substantial results. With more than 10 years of financial outsourcing services, we can help you reduce overhead costs without compromising quality.
The following are the different accounting and finance roles that SuperStaff can provide for your company:
Keeps an account of how finances flow in and out of an entity on a daily basis (e.g. purchases, sales, and other financial transactions).
- Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Assistant
Maintains the financial health of the organization
Creates, changes, and implements accounting policies and procedures as directed by the Chief Financial Officer.
- Accounting Supervisor
Oversees accounting department functions
Keeps financial records
Assists with audits
Schedules and delegates tasks to the accounting staff
- Senior Accountant
Ensures the accuracy and effectiveness of all accounting tasks
Reconciles account balances and bank statements
Keeps general ledgers
Formulates month-end close procedures
- Senior Officer – Accounting and Finance
Preserves the company’s accounting systems (e.g. accounts receivable, accounts payable, cash flow, and revenue)
Constructs periodic reports guiding management and the other staff in budgeting guidelines
Reviews the company’s financial position
Gives financial information to management through researching and due diligence
Analyzes accounting data
- Payroll Associate
Secures precise processing and recording of the company’s payroll
Provides timely and accurate financial information
Engages in daily data entry and payroll processing
- Accounting Clerk
Executes basic office tasks
Assists with bookkeeping and reporting
Aids in researching and resolving discrepancies
- Geographic Information System (GIS) Operator
Creates customized maps and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications for the company
Reads and interprets maps and other GIS data
Enters the data into the GIS database
Draws maps using automated software
Compiles reports for commissions and zone planners
- Senior Billing Staff
Performs activities for monthly bill cycle
Verifies Client Billing Guideline compliance
Assists in month-end and other periodic close reconciliations, reporting, and analysis
We Are Here for You
Let SuperStaff assist you in growing your company while saving you precious time and money through outsourcing. Put your financing and accounting needs in our experienced and capable hands.