Gaining Visibility into Your Business
With CFO you can expect a fully integrated view of your business, which if you think about it is exactly what you should expect from your business.
First, CFO integrates your numbers (quantitative view) with your own view (qualitative view). Naturally, each view should be consistent with the other. Most business owners don’t have that because their accounting output does a poor job reflecting what they are seeing in the business. CFO structures its reporting to
We build our success from three sources of strength:
Our employees form teams of professionals capable of providing services normally associated with Chief Financial Officers, Controllers, Financial Analysts, Accountants and Accounting Specialists. CFO brings a portfolio of companies together and “timeshares” the team out to each company according to its need. From a company’s perspective it is like hiring a virtual employee, except they get much, much more.
Success by leveraging our cumulative experience.
From our vantage point it seems like we have “seen it
A Unique and Powerful Approach to Acquisitions
Before I came back to Little Rock, I worked for Intel Capital, the world's largest corporate venture organization. I was a member of Intel's core mergers and acquisitions team as the valuation specialist and worked on a total of $4B worth of deals that went up to the Board of Directors level or beyond.
Intel had developed very effective methods for valuing, structuring and managing their acquisitions based on the McKinsey approach to valuation.