Denver Success Stories

Organizations turn to vcfo for diverse finance, recruiting and HR solutions. Read about some of vcfo Denver’s engagements.

Mentoring Support During Corporate Global Expansion

vcfo engaged with  an advertising production consultancy business to work on their broadcast and video production business. Headquartered in the U.S., this company had a strong European presence and was facing challenges with costly foreign currency transactions. At the time, most of their international client contracts were based on Euro and British Pound Sterling currency, which meant the company was charged exchange fees to convert to U.S. dollars and then convert back to foreign currency in order to pay contractors and other expenses.  Additionally, the company was a closely held organization that was rapidly expanding and in need of strategic guidance with setting up foreign subsidiaries, contractor and employee classification issues, key employee incentive programs and succession planning.  Read More

Improving Bottom Line Through Employee Engagement

A family owned and operated company specializing in plumbing, heating, and electric services needed assistance selecting, developing and retaining top service technicians. vcfo had been providing the company with CFO services for many years, and the company requested additional human resources expertise to develop a strategy to advance productivity, reduce turnover and improve overall employee engagement, which in turn, would increase the bottom line.  Read More

Transitioning Financial Leadership

Upon the resignation of the CFO, a marketing software and professional services company quickly needed an interim resource to cross-train with the previous CFO and fill in until a full-time CFO could be hired. A Consulting Senior Controller from vcfo was hired to backfill critical areas until the permanent resource was brought on board.  Read More

Providing a Variety of Strategic and Tactical Financial Expertise

In the Fall of 2014, the world’s leading manufacturer of microwave radiometers used for environmental and weather-related remote sensing asked vcfo to help with a variety of initiatives, including: cash flow projections, budgeting and C-level accounting and finance support.  Read More

Evaluating Prospective Start-up Opportunity for Entrepreneur

Our client, a physician involved with various start-up companies, was evaluating a start-up opportunity and needed assistance analyzinga new business  and cash flow projections. He was looking for assistance from a CFO to develop a detailed three-year pro forma business plan for an alternative living facility, including employee and personnel needs, and other costs of running the business, the estimated funding needed to launch the business, as well as an actionable, yet viable, timeline for going live.  Read More

Assisting in Growth Management Planning

The owner of a strategic channel program and marketing company saw opportunities for exponential growth, but wanted to be cautious about the timing of hiring professional staff to meet those opportunities. The owner reached out to vcfo for senior-level financial support to help create a business analysis and cash flow projection to assist in growth management planning.  Read More

Enabling Successful Term Loan Closing

An oncology focused clinical trial management company was looking for senior-level finance support to help with the financial recapitalization of the company to fund ongoing operations and future growth.  Read More

Providing Support to a Company Through Sales Transaction Process

vcfo was retained to support a client preparing to sell their business. The ownership had never experienced this type of a process, and as a result faced many challenges, including inconsistent financial records, regarding key components of the business. Additionally, the owners decided to keep the transaction confidential, and as such were not able to leverage any of the employees in the due diligence process.  Read More

Helping a Company Resolve Shareholders’ Compensation

vcfo was retained by an architectural engineering firm who had structured a retirement program for three retiring shareholders. This program represented a fixed sum, payable over ten years as a deferred compensation arrangement under Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Service Code. After this program was instituted, the firm felt significant pressure to their earnings due to the economic downturn. It became clear that the existing retirement program was no longer sustainable.  Read More