In light of COVID-19, businesses must navigate public and private funding sources to help stay afloat. Your business should have accurate financial statements so that you can apply for resources and increase your chances for approval.
- Learn how financial statements can give a “snapshot” of a business’s financial position
- Get a basic understanding of financial accounting and terminology
- Learn which financial statements are required for loan applications
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Over 20 years’ direct experience with software programming and project management in Information Systems development for both private and government clients. Proficient in analysis, design, programming, testing and implementation of large and small scale Information systems.
Applications experience includes Financials (A/P, A/R, GL, Patient Billings, Payroll), Manufacturing (inventory control, assembly breakdown/fabrication, shipping/receiving), Facilities Management (work scheduling, time reporting, Cost analysis), Brokering (Stock trading/transfer, Broker registration I licensing), Sales (market analysis, sales and revenue forecasting), Public Utilities (energy accounting, dissolved gas analysis), Shipping (Freight tracking, routing, transport mode interface), Healthcare (Patient Records) and vendor system software programming…Project Management experience includes feasibility study, user interface, planning, control, testing, training, implementation and turnover.