|Chief Financial Officer - The CFO represents the bridge between finance and operations. The CFO is the executive officer responsible for directing all financial aspects of the business, including financial planning.||Management makes better business decisions through collaboration with a CFO. Financial information is translated into strategic actions to improve future results.|
|Controller - Manages the internal accounting programs and personnel, including cost accounting, systems and procedures, and data processing.||Systems and processes are streamlined to produce maximum results with minimum human effort. Accounting systems capture all relevant data, and management reports are tailored to present a “dashboard” view of results.|
|Accounting - Records daily activity, pays bills and invoices customers. Closes the books each month, making adjustments to ensure expenses and revenue are matched, and prepares the monthly internal financial statements.||Management receives timely, accurate financial information on which to base important decisions.|
Good information in = reliable reports out.