Choose an engagement model that best fits your accounting operations

Now that you are considering us as your outsourcing/offshoring partner, there are many ways we can engage and collaborate with each other. Based on your short-term and long-term objectives, you can choose a model that will flexibly scale to your requirements, or get a dedicated team as an extension to your office. Alternatively, you can opt for the certainty and clarity of a fixed price model, or hire us for an entire project with confirmed scope, price and turnaround.

By selecting the best-fit financial engagement structure from the four models explained here, we can – going forward – firmly establish the framework of our collaborative partnership, in terms of expectations, process, deliverables and cost.

Get the flexibility to scale to seasonal demands or set up a bespoke team with dedicated resources based on a remote staffing structure with our multiple engagement models.

This is the time-tested ‘pay-as-you-go’ engagement model where your costs are determined by the hours invested in your work. Among the more conventional pricing models, TimePay offers you the flexibility to scale up or down based on fluctuating seasonal demands, enabling you to rapidly navigate and adapt to changing workload requirements in your firm or business without staffing challenges. This approach is also preferred by clients during the initial engagement phase before they transition to a dedicated resource model.

Our ‘pay-as-you-go’ pricing model is the perfect fit for ongoing work where the scope may change midstream, with resource allocation corresponding to your specific needs at any time. You are charged only for the hours you use without the burden of a long-term commitment.


  • Pay-as-you-go model: Pay only for the hours spent on your work
  • Scale up or down based on your requirement
  • Eliminate staffing challenges during seasonal peaks
  • Resource allocation aligned with workload
  • Ideal for situations where the scope of work cannot be predicted
  • Monthly billing

Data Security

Data security is a critical consideration in any business operation, and particularly in an outsourcing environment. MNCO recognizes that secure operations are built on the highest standards of trust and confidentiality as well as the strong foundations of an effective security infrastructure.

MNCO is firmly committed to protecting their clients’ data against potential threats and disruptions through a strictly enforced security protocol within a highly secure work environment.

General Policy:

  1. The protection of employees and client data is the overriding priority of all business activities.
  2. Security policies and procedures are implemented according to the security aspects of the business activity.
  3. Prevention remains the first priority with threats analysis and risk evaluation carried out on a continuous basis.
  4. To ensure that the company is always prepared to quickly and effectively mitigate security incidents, response plans have been developed and tested to deal with assessed risks.
  5. The level of professionalism, knowledge and integrity of personnel involved in security matters is tightly controlled.
  6. All incidents, including security breaches and irregularities are reported and recorded. Corrective action is taken and followed up through regular verifications to improve the overall security standards of the company.

Office policy regarding MNCO employees and client data security:

  1. Controlled work environment with remote server and data access restricted to authorized users only.
  2. All workstations are protected by an enterprise level firewall and antivirus system, which is continuously updated.
  3. Mobile devices are not allowed in the workspace; employees only have access to their devices in designated break areas, which are away from where client data is stored.
  4. USB/external storage devices are not allowed in the workplace.
  5. In the event that employees are required to work from home, the work is done on a work laptop where the activity log can be monitored.
  6. Work laptops are locked, preventing the use of USB/external storage devices.
  7. Employees are periodically updated about company IT policies and security measures.