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Strategy

Finance

Financial strategy does not only mean managing money (either from business proceeds, loans and/or from capital) which is then moved by something into the value of money back that enters the company.

The financial strategy starts when the company performs:

  1. Improvement of work processes and data structures collected in the Finance & Accounting department,

  2. Business planning process (budgeting),

  3. Mapping of business initiatives into details of capital/capital expenditure plans and routine business expenses. Which is then lowered into the form of profit/loss estimates and the addition of company value through the balance sheet.

Our financial strategy mapping combines short-term mapping (to improve existing process processes) and long-term mapping (to improve long-term planning processes).

Thus, the report produced is not only in the form of numbers, but is a story about the health of the company and what needs to be improved for the next period so that the company can take strategic initiatives in terms of facing business challenges.

The long-term financial strategies in question are:

  • Creating an integrated financial system fundamentals, where the reports generated integrate all processes in the company. The method applied is detailed transaction management based on existing business processes. Where we will adjust to the business pattern that is being run and make updates based on the existing development potential.

  • Development of the control function of financial reports, so that the resulting output can have a significant impact on the development of the company

  • Optimization/Utilization of the use of the company's COA into the company's standard language

  • Exploration of the use of distribution codes, either by department or by company assets so that cost tracking can be more accurate

  • Implementation of the use of project management in controlling costs by recording. Whether it is done from the development of the existing COA or the development of the transaction distribution code so that the pattern of investment/an activity that has a long-term or routine impact can be traced for its effectiveness.

Tariffs for improving basic financial reporting  routine for 1 corporate entity:

Service Code

FIN101

Starting from IDR 2.5 million/month

Scope of work  :  

  1. Final Financial Statement Review (Profit Loss, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow)

  2. Financial report template (if needed, excel)

  3. Onsite meeting, 1 x 1 month maximum 1.5 hours. 

*) Manufacturing/Fabrication category companies, and/or distribution/retail companies with large transaction volumes.
 

Non-routine projects (based on project category work)  :

  • Making a business plan structure (company budgeting)

  • New business project feasibility.

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