You’ve dedicated tremendous resources to innovation, growth, and meeting customer needs—now, is an IPO in your future?
It’s important to foresee that once your IPO is in play, what’s going on behind the scenes—and on your financial statements—may suddenly take center stage and be subject to rigorous scrutiny. Too many companies today find their IPO timeliness affected through surprising (or not so surprising) accounting challenges.
Therefore, it’s best to get your finance and accounting department in order early.
Read this white paper to learn:
Three key questions to assess your company’s readiness to go public
How to prepare your people and invest in smarter, more scalable processes and systems
The importance of evaluating controls early to identify and mitigate risks