Offshore Accountants Case Study: How We Assisted Assist Group
Adversity is an opportunity for change. For Assist Group, this adversity came when they found an accounting outsourcing service that didn’t meet their expectations and even became a financial burden to the company. They took this opportunity to find a new partner that would better adapt to their business needs and gave offshore accountants a shot. This is where they met the team behind D&V Philippines.
Assist Group: A Case Study on Outsourcing with D&V Philippines, was written to show how effective outsourced finance and accounting solutions can be, with the right partner. Here, you will find out how Assist Group encountered D&V Philippines, the problems they had in their accounting business process outsourcing, and how we provided the right solutions for their situation.
The results speak for themselves as the case study also reveals the outcome of our efforts. With the help of the latest cloud accounting software and the expertise of our finance and accounting professionals, we were able to add three major improvements to Assist Group’s accounting process. These were the ability to do real-time financial analysis, consistency in implementing on-schedule business processes, and a stronger focus on more important issues.
However, before you learn all of the above, you need to know more about Assist Group. In the first section, you can find a short description of their operations, history, and the circumstances that made accounting outsourcing in a necessity to maximise efficiency. Their offices are spread out around Australia and can be found in Sydney South West, Sydney CBD, Blacktown, Newcastle, Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Footscray.
Read the case study now to learn the details of our ongoing relationship with Assist Group and learn what they have to say about their experience of finance and accounting outsourcing with us. Download our ‘Assist Group: A Case Study on Outsourcing with D&V Philippines’ below.
This article was first published 07 December 2016 and edited 11 July 2020.