What is Management Accouting?
What is Management Accouting?
Management Accouting serves as a compass for business decision-making and the use of essential information to cope with changes in the market, accounting standards, tax system, legal regulations and financing policies. Through our Management Accouting service, we secure business, provide higher organization’s value and maximize business profitability.
Management Accouting enables better prediction of future events and answers specific questions – what are the trend values and what we can expect in the future, what products or services to invest in, what customers to avoid in the future, which markets to develop and which to avoid and how to finance the company.
- Making quality and less risky decisions based on qualitative and quantitative control reports
- Create a clear picture of your own business
- Creating a planning background and having a decisive role in operational and strategic planning
- A different view of the company’s business – controlling provides the possibility of different presentation of the same costs depending on the needs of interest groups
How to write a business plan in line with best business practice
Who benefits from controlling?
- Better capital management
- Monitoring of return on investment
- Greater control over property
- defining S.M.A.R.T. goals
- strategic and tactical planning
- more precise budgeting
- Increases investment security
- Timely Risk Disclosure
- Quality reporting
We create value for management, investors and business owners by providing the following services:
- Introduction of ISO 9001: 2015
- Introduction of controlling system
- Financial management
Introduction of ISO 9001: 2015 standard
The quality management system according to the requirements of ISO 9001 is now used worldwide, and certification of this system is generally accepted as a way of proving to the present and potential partner that the product or service will meet its quality requirements. The norm is applicable to all types of organizations:
- profit / non-profit
- product / service
- small / medium / large
In order to implement the ISO 9001: 2015 standard, it is necessary to identify the processes required for a quality management system, determine their sequence and interplay, criteria and methods for managing these processes. Furthermore, the availability of the necessary resources and information necessary to support the implementation and monitoring of these processes should be ensured. Finally, the processes need to be measured and analyzed and the procedures necessary to achieve the intended results need to be implemented.
What is our role?
The ALPHA CAPITALIS team provides full support in the organization’s preparation process for the introduction of ISO 9001: 2015 through standardization of processes, introduction of procedures, drafting of documents and formation of all necessary forms. After all the necessary documentation is prepared in cooperation with company representatives, we train the members of the organization and prepare them for work in accordance with best business practice as well as for audit by the certification company.
Introduction of controlling system
Goal setting and KPIs
We form strategic and operational goals at the corporate level. Based on the Balanced Scorecard matrix, we lower strategic and operational goals to lower levels (work groups and jobs). We set Key Performance Indicators at the workplace level.
Building a Controller Organization
Development of business plan and budget
We create a business plan and a monthly budget that mirrors the operational goals that have emerged from the strategic goals and guidelines.
We create a model of remuneration through bonus schemes and introduction of a variable part of the salary. Monthly and / or quarterly remuneration depends on the implementation of set KPIs and internal evaluation
We measure the monthly realization of the set goals and conduct regular reporting for owners and management. In corporate governance, we distinguish between reports that are distributed to interested parties. There are different priority information for the majority owner, investor, manager and / or creditor.
- The owner of shares is interested in how the capital is managed and what return the management has made on the invested capital. Owner reports can be monthly, quarterly, and / or annual, and contain information on which to base decisions on Asset management.
- Management is involved in operating the business and wants more detailed insight into daily operations. The management report serves as a basis for timely detection of problems with profitability, efficiency, working capital management (eg collection of trade receivables and non-competitive inventories), liquidity management, financing cost management, etc.
Financial management includes business planning, capital budgeting, and cash flow management.
Business planning is a key step for any entrepreneur and / or manager when starting a business, finding financing sources, and making investment decisions. The business plan is designed to anticipate future events and how to adapt the business to environmental conditions and to reduce the degree of risk, time and resources involved.
The business plan is a written document containing a thorough analysis of investment in business, future business results, and variant solutions for potential risky situations that will bring future time.
It is advisable to revise your long-term plan at least once a year and to develop a detailed business plan to plan profitability, solvency, debt and liquidity on a monthly basis.
Capital budgeting enables successful implementation of financially viable projects. One of the methods for capital budgeting is Cost benefit analysis. Cost benefit analysis is a specific financial technique, that is, the computational process resulting from investing in an entrepreneurial or infrastructure venture. This method compares and evaluates all the advantages and disadvantages of a project by analyzing the costs and benefits so that all income and benefits of the venture are summed up, and on the other hand all the costs and losses of the venture.
No matter what type of investment it is the planning rules are, they are always the same. It is crucial to identify all the cash flows of the investment and assess the risk of them. Therefore, often quality analysis and good planning are the only difference between a successful and unsuccessful project / company.
Cash Flow Management
Cash Flow Management is a continuous process of planning, analyzing and controlling cash flows to maintain liquidity and solvency of the company.
Liquidity management is the fundamental task of financial management to ensure the necessary financial means for smooth running of business processes. It requires a thorough understanding of the balance sheet categories (in particular short-term assets and liabilities), financial analysis methods and equity capital management techniques.
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