Are you using outdated information to predict your future?

It isn't wise to invest for the future based on what happened in the past. Things change. Your latest statutory accounts, and even last month's management accounts, reflect what happened then, not what will happen next. The best decisions are made on forward looking management information. Is yours good enough?
How good management information can help you outsmart business rivals

In the current economic climate, up-to-date and accurate management information (MI) can make the difference between a good decision and a bad one.

How systems and processes can transform business data into valuable and strategic information

Professional services firms need a clear view on the information they use to run the business and the processes that extract it, structure it and make it available to the people who need it at the right time.

Spotting the danger signs: how robust is your firm?

Financial matters are not always top of mind for partners and directors whose interests are typically more invested in the core activities of the business. However, without accurate and up-to-date information on their cash position, some professional services firms might not recognise just how close they are to going bust.