How Project Accounting Australia can empower you
Improve your project’s success with numbers that make sense to your project methodology and to your finance department
Reduce business and financial risk with greater clarity on project scope and business needs, as well as transparency of project delivery
Cross-functional training and tooling available to track project delivery, as well as workshops on the project accounting framework
Enable greater project decision-making with reporting of a true and fair view of the projects plus clearly identify projects that will deliver on desired objective.
Project Accounting Australia (PAA) brings project professionals together through industry standardised approaches to project accounting. Currently, many large organisations are investing in project accounting professionals and teams in order to take advantage of the hybrid accounting and project specialists. These specialists exist mainly from the many “tests” and “failures” that the industries has undergone in the past decade. We are here to drive a standardised approach for organisations that may not have the investment appetite of large organisations, but are looking at increases in efficiency and utilisation of their current Accounting and Project functions. We provide education and advisory services to business and business professionals in order to maximise the benefit of working together as a cross functional team.
Tailored counsel for financial implications and recommendations
Implementation of project accounting framework
Training, support and workshops
Plug-in software to keep track of project costs and benefits
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