Fortune 1000 Company – A People, Process and Systems Transformation

A Fortune 1000 client sought to revolutionize their approach by enhancing talent, modernizing systems, and updating processes to support an ambitious goal: doubling in size through a strategic acquisition approach.

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Client Overview

A Fortune 1000 client’s accounting and finance organization had been doing things the same way for a long time and were looking to recruit new talent, update financial systems and improve processes as they pursued an acquisition strategy to double in size – no small feat.

The Challenge

They retained us to help them hire their first Chief Accounting Officer. Following the success of that search, they partnered with us to fill a variety of new VP and Director-level leadership roles across their accounting, finance, tax, audit, investor relations and corporate strategy organizations.

End Results

The client has transformed their culture and overall financial organization recruiting talent from some of the top companies in the Atlanta area.  They are well on their way towards building a “Best in Class” Finance and Accounting Organization and are preparing to execute on their acquisition strategy.

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