Common Accounting Mistakes AE Firms Make
AE firm owners are pulled in many directions which can impact critical areas like the accounting department. Imagine how much more successful you could be with an elevated accounting function that goes beyond transactions to deliver insight and drive growth.
Join SN’s 3-part webinar series on how to enhance business processes and improve accounting operations. These quick-hitting 30-minute webinars are packed with information that can help owners transform their current approach and set a course to reach their financial goals.
A key component of any successful AE firm is a successful accounting function. Yet this is an area that often slips through the cracks. Critical mistakes can occur when a firm has outgrown its accounting function.
Join SN’s upcoming webinar where we’ll discuss the most common mistakes that can cost a firm significant growth, plus steps to avoid them. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how better accounting and financial management can turn a good firm into a great one.
Webinar: Common Accounting Mistakes AE Firms Make
*Credits are not offered for on-demand presentations.
Webinar: Common Accounting Mistakes AE Firms Make*Credits are not offered for on-demand presentations.
*Attend all 3 and receive a complimentary 30-minute consultation.
About the Presenters
Brad Wilson, CMA, CDA, MBA | Director, AE Consulting
Brad’s 30+ year career spent working with architecture and engineering (AE) firms includes his most recent role as Partner with TWO CPAs & Consultants, Inc., as well as being a Consultant with PSMJ Resources for 17 years. Additionally, after serving as an outsourced CFO and controller for numerous firms, Brad has deep firsthand knowledge of how to develop and execute successful finance and accounting practices in the AE industry.
Director, Client Accounting Services
Lisa has over a decade of highly specialized Vision, finance, and accounting experience to help you overcome accounting struggles while reaching your goals. Our clients are able to significantly strengthen their accounting operations and discover more time to concentrate on other important responsibilities.