Simplify your operation and save time and money for unlimited growth
Why should I schedule a consultation?
We can help you think through the best way to handle your back-office functions as you move forward with an expansion, replacing staff, or other changes to your business. You may be considering multiple options, and we can offer insights we’ve learned from our other customers and across the industry. We’ll answer any questions you may have on our services, and together we’ll explore if outsourcing to Delaget makes sense for you.
What will the consultation include?
We’ll talk through your vision for your business and offer suggestions on the best way to bring that vision to life. We’ll discuss your current processes and gather basic info like your financial structure, employee headcount, payroll frequency, and more. We’ll review our accounting and financial services and identify areas where we can increase your efficiencies, reduce costs, and support your growth.
How long will it take? I’m super busy.
You’re the boss - we’ll go as quickly or as detailed as you want. A typical consultation takes about 45 minutes.
Should I invite anyone else?
We find that our customers get the most value from consultations when they invite peers who will be involved with the solution or anyone who will have a say in the purchase decision.
Is there any obligation after the consultation?
Nope. We think you’ll be excited to start working with Delaget right away, but there’s no obligation to do so.
What happens next?
A Delaget Books representative will contact you to schedule the consultation and email you the meeting details.
Our customers say…
“Delaget’s customer service has been absolutely tremendous. The team is extremely responsive and knowledgeable. They actually look for trends in my business’ data and identify gaps in our P&L statements to see what stands out or looks funky to them. Their customer service is a real value add to my company.”
– Todd Bisbocci, Owner,Tucson Taco Bell
“Once we started using Delaget Cash Verification, we quickly realized that we were not capturing loss without it.”
– Melinda Blaise, Director of Financial Operations, Desert De Oro