About Kay Daniels, the financial female

Are you a slave to your business?  Working long hours, with low profits and sleepless nights? Worried about the future? My business finance transformation service was created for you, after years of helping clients and coming across the same problems over and over again.

I help business owners transform their finances, profits and cashflow. You’ll enjoy more rewards for your hard work while you enjoy running your business once again.

I have been through the difficult phase of growing a business profitably. I’ve also supported many business owners through this tricky period and right out the other side, up to the point of sale.

I can troubleshoot your finance problems, help you visualise your goals, set targets and implement your financial systems. You will have all the tools you need to run your business more efficiently. And you’ll be able take quick action when necessary, to get your business back on track. No more nasty surprises at year end, when it’s too late!

I’m here to help get your finances in tip-top shape, mentor you to achieve your goals and enjoy running your business.

“At Archive Document Data Storage we cannot tell you how valuable it is having Kay Daniels as part of our team. She is a finance process wonder woman!

Kay came into our business at a time when we were a small business growing at a rapid rate and needed help not only organising our finances but also our processes and creating our finance department. She brought a breath of fresh air and organisation to the whole finance department structure. Implementing processes, management reporting and finance strategies in order to make us stars! She also helped recruit new Archive Document Data Storage finance team members in order to grow the department while keeping a sound structure and awesome processes in place.

Even though we have full systems and department in place we choose to still work with Kay to ensure we are on track to hit our targets and maximise our performance.

We would not be where we are today without Kay.”

Natasha Rawley, Archive Document Data Storage