Entrepreneurs and owners across small businesses typically start with running most functions in-house. It is common to see these businesses hire 1-2 persons within the accounts team, who double up as people who will manage the payroll function. However, as the organization grows, this starts creating multiple challenges.
Once an organisation starts working with a payroll services provider, it seems too daunting to think of changing the vendor. It is common to face questions like ‘who will go through all the implementation and training cycles again with the new vendor?’.
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In today’s highly volatile business scenario, scalability and flexibility are crucial. At Finsmart Solutions, we have often seen small businesses struggle with ramping up or downsizing their accounting resources to keep in sync with business spikes and troughs.
As a mid-sized audit firm, it is very common to be dealing with a number of small or medium sized businesses. Maintaining books of accounts for these entities is an inevitable however cumbersome job for mid-sized audit firms.
The establishment of an accounting division, hiring and training bookkeeping personnel and retaining them becomes time consuming as these firms try to maintain focus on their business growth.