Using real-time, orderly data and information, we turn chaos into order and deliver actionable insights to help you effectively run your company.
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Selecting the right restaurant accountant can be the most important decision you make in securing the success of your new restaurant. Restaurants have a notorious reputation as a business that can either dramatically succeed or fail miserably.
Statistics indicated that at least 25 percent of restaurants close or sell after only one year. Why? Bad accounting practices could play a major part. Having TCFOS team optimize your ideal restaurant accounting solutions and structure could be a critical factor for your success.
We understand that the restaurant industry has high demands on efficiency. It requires the use of real-time data to procure insights for growing and sustaining the business effectively. We can help you optimize these data structures.
Business planning, budgeting, profitability, & Cash Flow Support.
Monthly close and financial statements.
Bookkeeping, Payables, Receivables, and Payroll.
First, we’ll do a full assessment of your business to discover what is and is not working in your accounting processes. Upon completion, you can expect our long lasting recommendations.
The Implementation phase is where we show you WHAT we can do for you, and HOW. With mutual agreement, we’ll move forward with these initiatives.
In this phase, we’ll expand your current Accounting Team’s capabilities with our services. This can include Back Office Accounting and Virtual CFO Services all utilizing Cloud-Based Solutions.
When we sat down to talk with Debby Ritnour, the second employee at 14-year-old Stars and Strikes, and Controller of thirteen locations, she didn’t hesitate to tell us how monumental a task it was for she and her team to make the switch from Quickbooks to Sage Intacct for nine of their stores.
“I approached Trusted CFO Solutions for support in educating my management team on using the P&L as an operational tool. I spend a lot of time reviewing financial statements with our ops teams, but I felt like I’d exhausted my ability to teach from that document myself. I needed another way to bring fresh perspective and highlight just how valuable – indeed, vital – the P&L is in running the business, not merely as a reporting tool. Steve and his team spent weeks preparing a “deep dive” lesson that was tailored to our specific needs. After a day of presentations and small-group discussions, our team took a renewed understanding of how to manage costs, balance the myriad needs of the business, and ultimately create more profit.”
– Ryan Pernice, Reckless Optimism Hospitality Group