InSourced Accounting Solution™

The InSourced Accounting Solution™ is a service provided to clients that are significantly behind or simply don’t have the necessary staff to get their accounting up to date or completed accurately for audit purposes. In these instances, JOSEPH EVE will send staff to work on-site to get your books caught up and ready to audit. At that point, we can either provide the necessary training for your staff to carry on the accounting work, or move your organization to the OutSourced Accounting Solution™.

OutSourced Accounting Solution™

The OutSourced Accounting Solution™ is designed for governments and enterprises that prefer to contract out their accounting services.  Utilizing technology, JOSEPH EVE accountants will complete the majority of work remotely, with regular on-site visits.

The decision might be to outsource the revenue auditing function while maintaining general ledger control in-house, or you may be looking for a turnkey solution, in which we provide the entire accounting infrastructure.

Through the use of technology and efficiency, we are able to reduce the amount of money spent on accounting while ensuring accurate and timely reporting to management and executives.

For more information on outsourcing your accounting services, please contact us at (406) 252-3535.

Making a Difference for a Client in Trouble - A Case Study

A client contacted JOSEPH EVE in early 2004 with a desperate situation. They had not had an audit since 1998, had been placed on high-risk status, and faced recision of vital programs by it’s funding agency.

The client had until September 2006 to become compliant. They had worked with several other firms before contacting JOSEPH EVE, but none had the manpower or ability to learn the inner workings of the organization.

JOSEPH EVE put together a dynamic team that successfully completed four years of accounting work in just two years. The hands-on team effort by JOSEPH EVE partners, consultants and accountants enabled the client to meet the funding agencies deadline and avoid recision of vital programs.