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Jun 2, 2018
One of the most challenging activities performed by a company is budgeting. Every year there is a large investment made to create annual budgets. So, what is the role of a budget? It should represent what the business believes is achievable and what it intends to accomplish.
May 23, 2018
The deadline for submitting your Incurred Cost Submission is 6 months after your official yearly close. For those who closed your books on Dec 31, 2017, the deadline is June 30, 2018 and it will be here before you know it. Are you ready to comply with the Allowable Cost and Payment clause (FAR 52.216-7)? 
Feb 16, 2018
Growing is the goal of most businesses. What is difficult is formulating a plan to make the growth a reality. Where do you start? The answer is in the financials, both past and current. Best in class companies know that using financial information and measurable key performance indicators (KPIs) is the key to unlocking growth strategies. 
Feb 16, 2018
Your small company is growing and so is the need for a project based ERP system that will scale with your growth/business strategy. You may be saying to yourself, “If it is not broken, don’t fix it!” But there comes a time when it is advantageous to make a change from QuickBooks to a purpose-built ERP tool. Change is difficult, and it is human nature to avoid it, but at what cost? If you are wondering if the time is right for you, ask yourself, “do any of the 5 signs below apply to me?” If you answer yes to 3 or more it might be time.
Feb 13, 2018
The GAUGE report was introduced in our recent blog on benchmarking for government contractors. We recognize the power of benchmarking and wanted to provide a point of reference for the government contracting industry. The GAUGE is a tool for government contractors to compare themselves to others in their industry. The information in the report is organized by company size, so it is easy for you to make a comparison to your direct competitors. We will blog about each section of the report over the coming weeks.
Feb 9, 2018
The GAUGE report was introduced in our recent blog on benchmarking for government contractors. We recognize the power of benchmarking and wanted to provide a point of reference for the government contracting industry. The GAUGE is a tool for government contractors to compare themselves to others in their industry. The information in the report is organized by company size, so it is easy for you to make a comparison to your direct competitors. We will blog about each section of the report over the coming weeks.
Jan 12, 2018
The GAUGE report was introduced in our recent blog on benchmarking for government contractors. We recognize the power of benchmarking and wanted to provide a point of reference for the government contracting industry. The GAUGE is a tool for government contractors to compare themselves to others in their industry. The information in the report is organized by company size, so it is easy for you to make a comparison to your direct competitors. We will blog about each section of the report over the coming weeks.
Jan 12, 2018
The GAUGE report was introduced in our recent blog on benchmarking for government contractors. We recognize the power of benchmarking and wanted to provide a point of reference for the government contracting industry. The GAUGE is a tool for government contractors to compare themselves to others in their industry. The information in the report is organized by company size, so it is easy for you to make a comparison to your direct competitors. We will blog about each section of the report over the coming weeks.
Dec 23, 2017
The GAUGE report was introduced in our recent blog on benchmarking for government contractors. We recognize the power of benchmarking and wanted to provide a point of reference for the government contracting industry. The GAUGE is a tool for government contractors to compare themselves to others in their industry. The information in the report is organized by company size, so it is easy for you to make a comparison to your direct competitors. We will blog about each section of the report over the coming weeks, starting with G – Government Contract Compliance.
Dec 20, 2017
How are you performing against your competitors? Benchmarking is simply looking at others' performance, expenditures, policies, strategies, and comparing them to your organization. It is a great methodology to look internally and externally to see what others are doing to be successful.