Three years ago, I made the leap from public to private accounting. I was ready to bring in my public accounting knowledge into my new job and get into the details. When I started at this new company, I really… Continue Reading
Closing the books at the end of the month can be a time consuming process. Many CEO’s (and even some CFO’s) view the close as something of a “necessary evil”, but it’s important to help maintain control over your finances… Continue Reading
As technology and business progress, new Enterprise software applications are built to help address pain points and inefficiencies. In the accounting world, there was a clear problem of managing data and producing accurate financial statements, so General Ledger software was… Continue Reading
2014: What a year.
In looking back at FloQast’s 2014, I forgot many of the major things we have accomplished. When you make major announcements as a company, people on the outside only hear about the conclusion, not about how… Continue Reading
The so-called “Cromnibus” bill that Washington lawmakers agreed to in early December 2015 provided stopgap funding for vital government functions until a more permanent spending agreement could be reached. The bill also kicked the can down the road on another… Continue Reading