Accounting for Manufacturing and Business Expansion

Our client, a company with five expatriates and 20 local employees, needed to relocate offices due to the expansion of their business. After that, our client established a factory, and their business shifted to manufacturing and sales.

The Problem

Our client needed to relocate offices from Southern California to Northern California and Texas, switch to off-site service, start local production, and implement manufacturing software—all while maintaining their existing scope of services.

Our Solution

Based on professional experience and a deep understanding of our client’s business and accounting flow, we provided the following services:

  • Comprehensive accounting functions
  • Accounts payable and accounts receivable accounting
  • Bookkeeping
  • Monthly closing
  • Parent-company reporting
  • Auditor correspondence and the preparation of audit-related documents
  • Corporate tax return document submission and inquiry response
  • Document storage and destruction
The Results

By working closely with our client, our services provided the following benefits:

  • Alleviated the difficulty and expensed of finding a skilled Japanese accountant and administration in Texas
  • Reduced the expensive HR costs that would have been incurred in Northern California
  • Ensured that our client could maintain existing service levels, regardless of location

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