Tag Archives: executive leadership

Processes and Systems Save the Day

In an earlier post, “Do you “really” know your financials?”, you might remember the story about how the company thrived and managed their risk so as to not be significantly threatened by the recession. There is more to this story when you look “under the covers” of what really went on… A key element of …

The Top 10 Points to Consider When You Outsource CFO Services

As trusted advisors to CEOs and management teams, vcfo relies on a unique platform of industry best practices and proven methodologies to help solve the most complex operational business issues. Based on our experience working with more than 3,000 clients, we’ve developed a “Top 10” list we share with organizations looking to outsource CFO support. …

Exiting Your Business?

Having worked with a substantial number of privately held companies in the past, the topic of ultimately selling the business is one that typically comes up when the owner is starting to think about retirement. In fact, however, the preparation for this ultimate event should have probably been started years and years ago. Be that …

What is the basis for your capital need?

vcfo supports quite a number of companies that are looking to raise equity capital for their business. More times than not, there is very little basis for the dollar amount of the equity capital to be raised. Today’s capital markets are very difficult to begin with, so the more precision you can have around how …

A “Human Resources Department” vs. a “Personnel Department”

In case you haven’t noticed, there has been a steady evolution of the Human Resources profession. The days of having a door with “Personnel” written on it with “girls” inside handling administrative tasks like “ten keying” time cards, cutting payroll checks, faxing in insurance enrollments and typing up dictated policy memos to the office is …