You have perfected the automated business model. Your products are being sold all over the world, 24/7 via the cloud, and you’re not holding or managing any inventory. One thing you can never fully automate in eCommerce, is your accounting.
The more sales increase, the more your financial duties will become overwhelming. Suddenly, you need to manage lots of new relevant data, while keeping up with the mundane and daunting tasks of bookkeeping and sales tax and returns. Not just anyone truly understands how to run a dropshipping company, and thus, not just any accountant can help you.
You need an expert in eCommerce to help you run your back office.
Perhaps you want even more insight into where your company can improve it’s bottomline, and a true eCommerce financial executive to assist you in making executive level decisions.
Hiring a Fractional CFO is the ultimate solution, and biggest step you can take towards bringing in the full scope of financial eCommerce expertise into your back office.
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We were led to Fully Accountable because we do not have an internal finance team and we do not have the ability to accurately track our financials in such a way that enable us to make business decisions and we sought Fully Accountable because of their expertise operating as CFOs and operating as CPAs to help us create financials in such a way that we are able to make better business decisions with the numbers.
I didn’t want to sit there and do the mundane tasks of the bookkeeping and, I didn’t want to task it to anyone in the office because we like to keep it really lean here. So it was very fortuitous that we came across Fully Accountable to be able to have all the services of a CFO from a virtual standpoint.
The main problem that led us to Fully Accountable was not having any robust accounting and reporting systems. We were having the accounting done at the end of the year by our CPA. Then we’d get hit with a big tax bill we weren’t ready for. It wasn’t until we connected with Fully Accountable that we had intelligence applied to our financial systems.