You determine where you are going to focus your energy and resources to enable your company for success. Product/service development, sales, marketing and support are at the forefront of your thoughts. Outsourcing critical components of your finance and human resource management infrastructure provides you with expertise in a flexible delivery framework.
Having tight controls and a thorough view of your current and future financial picture are essential to steer your company in the right direction. Summit Outsource Services can provide you with the strategic and tactical guidance you need to create, modify and run your financial operation. Services including financial/business planning and analysis, financial statement preparation, corporate governance, accounting, payroll, state and federal filings and compliance, real estate oversight as well as procedure and process review and development.
Your employees are your most important corporate resource. Happy employees are productive employees as well as walking/talking advocates for your company and its products and services. Focusing on your employees just makes sense...and cents! Whether you need assistance with your day-to-day human resource management, strategic human resources planning or ad hoc training and workshops, Summit Outsource Services can help.
Expertise - Deep start-up experience. Fortune 500 experience. Uncommon dual expertise in human resources and finance. Click here to learn more.
Flexibility - Project-based work or a part-time presence for your business. Training and workshops as you need them and customized for your business. You choose based on your needs.
Serving clients in greater Boston, Metrowest and Worcester County, Massachusetts
Money doesn't grow on trees, but with the right expertise, you can cultivate your company so that your profitability and cash flows will grow.
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Summit Outsource Services, LLC
As a business leader, you make daily decisions on how to advance your company. Every decision boils down to two considerations:
Will it make us money?
Will it save us money?