Companies often have to cope with projects which materialize as an additional challenge beyond their day-to-day business.

Some common examples include: setting up management accounting structures within the company, integration of the company into an international group of companies, implementation of new financial accounting or cost accounting systems, insourcing of financial management into the company, and many more.

Filling the required specialist position with an interim manager offers your company the chance to acquire temporary know-how and experience at short notice. Our interim manager's qualification, know-how and services cover the entire financial spectrum.


The application of interim management has proven successful in the following areas, to give but a few examples:

Set-up of management accounting structures in the company by implementation of strategic and operational management accounting instruments:

Variance analyses (plan/actual comparison)
Key performance indicator matrix
Profitability analyses
Cash flow analyses
Investment analyses
Cost accounting
Model calculation (alternative scenarios)
Liquidity planning (short and long-term)
Business plan
Balanced scorecard

Change management in a company's financial division during the integration into an international group of companies:
Reporting to the parent company
Financial statements according to IFRS, US GAAP
Rolling forecasts
Budgeting process

Implementation of IT finance systems:
Implementation of IT systems for financial accounting, cost accounting, planning, reporting
Analysis of existing processes and systems with regard to optimization potential.

Technological approach: "Is the company employing suitable IT systems?"
Analysis and evaluation of the current IT system. If necessary, conceptual design of an appropriate IT system in accordance with type and size of company as well as specific requirements.