LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) November 13, 2018
Individuals who would like to excel in the business world -- especially in the area of Cleveland, Ohio, will soon be able to access a newly improved version of a popular business blog website created by business guru George Ammar.
The business blog has received more attention and traffic than George Ammar initially expected. In fact, it has claimed many number-one rankings on the most commonly used search engines. This jump in revenue and attention has encouraged Ammar to release a newly improved version of the website on Nov. 15, 2018, rather than next year.
The newly updated website making its debut in November will include many features that readers have asked for over the past few months, including greater social media integration. More of the new features will be announced closer to Nov. 15.
Ammar is currently the founder of Ohio CFO, LLC, a provider of part-time chief financial officer (CFO) services. According to George Ammar, his business can manage companies’ CFO functions when they lack permanent financial officers. These functions may range from inventory cost management to internal controls analysis, and even cash flow optimization.
Ammar, who plans to address these and other topics in depth on his new website, explained that cash flow optimization is especially critical for companies to address, as it can benefit both large and small companies. An example of optimizing a company’s cash flow is to streamline its schedule for bill payments and to enhance its process for collecting payments.
However, according to Ammar, inventory management is just as important for companies of all sizes, as their production quotas must align with their current and future demand if they want to thrive financially. Finally, internal controls analysis has to do with seeking improved ways of tracking supplies and therefore avoiding costly oversights.
With help from George Ammar’s blog website, readers can learn how to improve their business’s operations and thus strengthen their bottom lines in the months and years to come.