Amazon Sellers

Accountants for

Supporting sellers on

Amazon Web Services

This comprehensive and evolving cloud computing platform was also born in the 2000s. The first Amazon Web Services (AWS) offerings were launched in 2006 to provide online services for websites and client-side applications. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Simple Storage Service (S3) are the backbones of the company’s growing collection of web services. The same year, Amazon also launched a cloud computing and video-on-demand service known at the time as Unbox.

By changing the way people bought books, Amazon also shaped how they read them with the launch of its first Kindle e-reader in 2007. This device helps users browse, buy and read e-books, magazines and newspapers from the Kindle Store.


Why eCommerce Companies Thrive with Specialists Over Generalists

In the competitive landscape of eCommerce, success hinges on specialization rather than generalization. Here’s why:

  • Expertise breeds efficiency: In the intricate world of eCommerce, specialists possess in-depth knowledge and skills tailored to specific areas such as SEO, PPC advertising, or email marketing. 
  • Targeted strategies yield superior outcomes: A specialist can craft strategies precisely aligned with the unique needs and goals of an eCommerce company. Whether it’s optimizing product listings for search engines or designing user-friendly interfaces.
  • Adaptability in a rapidly evolving industry: eCommerce is constantly evolving, with new technologies and consumer trends emerging regularly. Specialists dedicated to staying abreast of industry developments can swiftly adapt strategies and tactics to capitalize on new opportunities or mitigate challenges.
  • Quality over quantity: While generalists may have a broad understanding of various aspects of eCommerce, specialists offer depth of expertise that translates into higher quality work. Whether it’s crafting compelling copywriting for product descriptions or fine-tuning advertising campaigns for maximum ROI.

Ecommerce channels we support

CPA Services built by you for you

Our current and future services have and will be built based on the
feedback the eCommerce community provides us.

Accounting and Bookkeeping Services

True ecommerce Accountants understand how to properly record sales, COGS and not just record transactions coming in the bank. They know the software you use and maybe even a better potential tech stack to help you measure what matters most in your business, revenue and expenses.

When we review other companies offering eCommerce accounting services, we notice errors in over 70% of cases.

Fractional CFO Services

Each CFO engagement starts with ensuring accurate Commerce accounting practices. We provide a complimentary evaluation/consultation.

Typical areas of focus at the outset include:

  • Strategic Financial Planning
  • Budgeting and Forecasting
  • Cash Flow Management
  • Financial Modeling and Reporting
  • Detailed Management Reports
  • Pricing Strategies and Staffing Plans

Tax Planning

Filing tax returns without a clear plan to decrease one of your key expenses is a costly oversight. Our experience shows that the majority of eCommerce business owners we work with are paying more in taxes than they should.

We offer Annual, Premium and Exit Planning to make sure our clients pay as little in taxes as possible through structuring or even registering in tax havens.

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