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Maximizing Profits: Tips for Multi-company Growth

Guy Leibovitz
Dec 7, 2023
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Mastering multi-entity accounting is no small feat. Mistakes are costly, and inefficiencies can stifle growth. But with the right approach, you can turn this complexity into a competitive advantage. Dive into these five strategies and transform multi-entity accounting from a challenge into a strength.

Establish Direct Access to Every Accounting System

Prioritize gaining direct, real-time access to each accounting system. This approach not only provides a deep understanding of each entity's financial position but also fosters timely decision-making and reduces reliance on delayed end-of-the-month reports.

Standardize Your Chart of Accounts

With a standardized chart of accounts, data entry becomes more consistent, financial statements are easily comparable, and the consolidation process is significantly streamlined. Standardization not only streamlines the consolidation process but also boosts reporting accuracy and overall operational efficiency.

Apply Dimensions for Efficient Reporting

Establish the dimension-setting process across all entities and create clear guidelines for each dimension. As a result, stakeholders can accurately compare, analyze, and allocate costs within consistent financial reports, spanning departments, geographies, or projects.

Automate Inter-Entity Transaction

The result is cleaner, error-free financial records and a more efficient reconciliation process, providing access to transparent and reliable financial data.

Centralize the Management of Key Financial Data

Centralizing GAAP and non-GAAP financial data offers multi-entity companies a holistic, 360-degree view of their financial health. With a single source of truth, decision-makers can navigate complexities with confidence, drawing upon accurate and timely insights to drive strategic business initiatives forward.

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Guy Leibovitz
Guy Leibovitz

Founder & CEO, Nominal

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