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Release Date: Friday, June 06, 2014
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Finance Professionals Explore “Getting Behind the Numbers” To Assess Fluctuations in Sales and Increase Profitability
CLIFTON, N.J., June 6, 2014 – At its recent Financial Managers Forum, SaxBST brought together finance professionals from small- to mid-sized businesses to explore the use of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to increase a company’s profitability. Entitled “Maximizing the Performance and Profitability of Your Business,” the interactive program offered attendees the opportunity to learn best practices from SaxBST Partners Marc Blumenthal, Joseph Shannon and Joseph Damiano as well as from each other. The program, which qualified for CPE credits, is part of SaxBST’s ongoing industry education series.
Shannon (on right) is pictured at the event with attendee Steven Blankrot, CFO of Passaic Metals. During the forum, the group addressed how to “get behind the numbers” to assess what is driving fluctuations in sales numbers and also discussed how to present the data in an impactful manner to stakeholders.
For information about upcoming Financial Managers Forums or other events hosted by SaxBST, call (973) 472-6250.
One of the top 100 accounting firms nationally, SaxBST is a multi-disciplinary accounting, tax and advisory firm serving the needs of closely held companies, family-owned businesses, not-for-profit entities and high-net-worth individuals throughout the New York tri-state area. Based in Albany, N.Y.; Clifton, N.J.; Mineola, N.Y. and New York City, SaxBST is the outgrowth of a merger between two of the area’s most prominent accounting firms, Sax Macy Fromm & Co., PC (SMF) and Bollam, Sheedy, Torani & Co. LLP (BST). SaxBST’s expertise covers a range of industry areas and niches including real estate, construction, manufacturing and distribution, employee benefits, retail, financial services, healthcare, professional services, not-for-profit, governmental entities and labor unions.