About Us

What's in a name?

In 1494, Luca Pacioli, known as the father of accounting, was the first to publish work on the double-entry system of bookkeeping becoming an early contributor to the field now known as accounting. The double-entry system standardizes the accounting process and improves accuracy of prepared financial statements, allowing for improved detection of errors.

Pacioli Finance was founded with that goal in mind: accuracy

Rachelle, Founder & CMA

Tamika, Account Manager

Joli, Bookkeeper

Our team provides experienced financial professionals to assist businesses in managing and optimizing their financial operations. By offering cost-effective expertise, flexibility, and scalability, these firms enable businesses to access high-level financial guidance without the commitment of hiring a full-time controller. With strategic financial insight and expertise, fractional controllers help businesses improve financial management, enhance decision-making, and drive growth.

We're not just another accounting firm, we're members of your team.

Pacioli dedicates time to reviewing your financial data alongside you, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the insights provided by the reports regarding your business's well-being. This process enables you to identify the most profitable aspects of your business, pinpoint areas with lower earnings, and recognize potential sources of expenditure. Armed with this valuable information, you can make well-informed decisions on where to direct your efforts for optimal results.

Cost-Effective Expertise. By engaging a fractional controller service, businesses can access the expertise of a seasoned financial professional without the cost of hiring a full-time controller. This allows businesses to benefit from high-level financial guidance and strategic insight at a fraction of the cost.

Enhanced Financial Reporting. Fractional controller services can improve the accuracy and timeliness of financial reporting, ensuring that businesses have reliable and up-to-date financial information to support decision-making and compliance requirements.

Risk Management. Fractional controllers help businesses establish and maintain robust internal controls, identify potential risks, and implement measures to mitigate risks. By enhancing risk management processes, businesses can safeguard their assets and operations.

Business Process Improvement. Fractional controllers often bring expertise in process optimization and efficiency. They can review existing financial processes, identify areas for improvement, and implement changes to streamline operations and enhance productivity.

Strategic Planning Support. Fractional controllers can play a key role in strategic planning initiatives by providing financial analysis, forecasting, and scenario modeling. Their insights and recommendations can help businesses develop and execute strategic plans to achieve their long-term goals.