Amid pandemic, vital wants for outsourced accounting, bookkeeping and CFO providers prompts growth
WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–August 17, 2020–
EnterpriseCount LLC, an outsourced accounting and CFO providers agency, launched two new practices – Not-for-Profit and Fund Accounting. EnterpriseCount was based through the 2008 recession and has been a strategic, scalable and price efficient accounting and finance useful resource for a lot of purchasers over time. Since the COVID-19 shutdown, much more organizations have regarded to the agency to chop prices and outsource their finance, accounting, bookkeeping and associated operations.
EnterpriseCount’s Not-for-Profit observe was launched to handle the wants of charitable organizations and associations, which have been notably hard-hit by COVID-19. EnterpriseCount’s Not-for-Profit observe is led by Sonya Stone, a senior finance chief with intensive expertise working with not-for-profit organizations. Her working and technical experience is grounded in Partner and C-level roles with quite a few nonprofits, along with a nationwide government providers agency, and two main public accounting companies. Sonya is a CPA, and earned her Bachelor’s in Accounting from George Mason University, the place she at present serves on the Board of Trustees. Her prior board service contains: Jill’s House, a company that gives respite take care of households elevating children with mental disabilities, and the Arc of Northern Virginia, which is a champion group offering service to people with mental disabilities and their households.
EnterpriseCount’s Fund Accounting observe was created in reply to requests and suggestions by a number of buyers who’ve entrusted their portfolio firm accounting and finance capabilities to EnterpriseCount over time – the agency works with greater than 50 investor-backed firms. Melanie Ness will lead the Fund Accounting observe and has labored with marquee buyers within the DC/MD/VA area, together with Novak Biddle, the place she spent greater than 20 years. She additionally works with the Private Access Network and one other early stage enterprise fund that invests in life sciences and healthcare IT firms. Melanie earned her Bachelor of Science diploma from East Carolina University.
“We’re extremely excited to have both Melanie and Sonya join us to further expand VentureCount’s offerings and expertise. They will be supported by a strong team of seasoned finance and accounting professionals who are based here in the US and in India,” commented Alex Diaz-Asper & David Aiken, EnterpriseCount Co-Founders and Partners.
About EnterpriseCount: EnterpriseCount (www.venturecount.com) is a full-service outsourced accounting, bookkeeping and CFO advisory agency that works with privately held firms, VC and PE funds, and Not-for-Profit organizations. The agency was began in 2008 and has grown to over 30 staff with purchasers across the globe.