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Posted on: July 21, 2016

The last decade and a half has been a tumultuous one for the construction industry. From the building boom of the early 2000s, to the recession of 2008 and the industry’s slow recovery, construction companies have faced a multitude of outside pressures. These pressures have forced many of them to update their operational models, focusing […]

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Posted on: July 19, 2016

The human resources department of any business, large or small, has a lot on its plate. From hiring and terminating employees, to developing company policy, human resources is responsible for a lot of sensitive functions that only HR employees – humans, in other words – should handle. However, the truth is that a lot of […]

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Posted on: July 14, 2016

When it comes to fast-paced industries, sports, media, and entertainment are right at the top of the list. Businesses in these areas often have to balance the management of a large staff with the ability to react quickly to market changes or business opportunities – not an easy feat. In order to do that, organizations […]

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Posted on: July 12, 2016

When you manage the finances of a nonprofit, your objectives are different from those of your for-profit neighbors. For one thing, you’re often working on tighter financial margins. After all, you want as many dollars as possible to go toward your mission and programs. For another, certain revenues may be more uncertain than they are […]

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Posted on: July 7, 2016

TGO works a little differently from many other consulting firms. For one thing, we work on a value-based pricing model, instead of hourly. We offer our clients viable options, ensuring that they can get the help they need while staying within budget. And we work hard to build lasting relationships with our clients, so that […]

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Posted on: July 5, 2016

For large enterprises, the process of reviewing expense reports and requisition forms is highly time-consuming work. Ensuring the right forms are submitted, granting approvals or rejections, keeping track of those expenses in your budget or forecast – if you don’t have workflows in place that are efficient, streamlined, and effective, your team will end up […]

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Posted on: July 5, 2016

Today, the term “rolling forecast” is almost as common as “annual budget.” While forecasting is a more recent development than budgeting in the world of business financial management, more and more businesses are jumping on the forecasting wagon – even if they use it in tandem with an annual budget. Why is this? Why is […]

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