The real benefit of accounting may not be clear to everyone, but the fact is, knowledge really is power. Ancient Roman tablets indicate that every military fort was assigned at least one extremely meticulous accountant. Accounting existed long before paper and computers; even 7,000 years ago people knew that the power of accounting was extremely significant. Spartan fortresses obsessively kept track of all pertinent financial expenditures and exchanges. Equipped with this knowledge, they were ultimately able to make informed and quicker military decisions.
“Marcus, how much did we spend on helmet feathers last quarter? and why?”
Accounting, at its core, is the synthesis of all relevant financial information to make smart economic decisions. Collecting and categorizing financial information is no easy task, and ancient people knew that having someone who is intelligent, reliable, and very scrupulous can make the difference between optimal operation and sheer ruin.
Running any sort of kingdom is complex, but without someone to keep a close eye on all costs and financial relations, any business is running blind. Let Dome Duong hold down your fort, and your front lines will never draw back. Put what matters to you in good hands.