Internal control systems
Determined, focused and efficient
Each phase of a business's development requires structure. Structure in the operational processes and in the accounting and internal control systems. The key concepts that apply here are: determined, focused and efficient. In short, for each phase the processes and systems that suit your business.
Accounting and internal control systems in order
To be able to manage operational processes, they need to be defined in writing and/or verbally.
Each organization, from the smallest to the largest, needs to obtain, record, process and disclose data. Above all in order to manage the organization. But also to function well and to report on performance.
Practical examples of accounting and internal control systems
budgeting and interim budget monitoring
segregation of duties and functions
task and job descriptions
operating procedures and written documentation
deWaardKramer helps businesses to put their accounting and internal control systems in order.