Management Reporting

Management Reporting

Management reporting is information that is provided to the company’s decision-makers to let them know how the business is doing. Management reports give insights into how the firm is doing and where there is potential for improvement by revealing pertinent data from various departments. Management reports focused on the specific management appeals of the business include a larger range of data sources than financial or accounting reports, which only concentrate on financial data. 

Management Reporting by Virtual India

We don’t offer all of our clients a uniform plan because the management information needed by each organization varies. We try our hardest to understand the particular business needs and important performance indicators specific to the client’s organization and industry. To help you manage your business more effectively and make wise decisions, Virtual India outsourced management reporting will frequently send reports (monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, or annual) utilizing our management information system. We also promise to finish the agreed-upon reports by the period’s end, although the exact time range depends entirely on your needs. 


Virtual India outsourcing services for your company's management reporting

All facets of management reporting, including the creation of a management reporting package, the development of an acceptable reporting package, and support with planning and budgeting, can be assisted by Virtual India.

Use Virtual India’s outsourcing services to outsource management reporting in India for your company. The reports Virtual India will deliver will be predetermined from the outset and will be adjusted as necessary without charging extra. Our services, which are available in full or in part, include the following:

There are detailed income, balance, and cash flow statements provided. 

  • Cost center or profit and loss reporting
  • Performance dashboard for KPI’S
  • Detailed backup notes for critical balances
  • Plans for assessing important balances
  • Budgeting and reporting of deviations
  • Explanations in the form of comments