CDH has announced this week the unveiling of the Business Advisory Services Group – formally known as the Entrepreneurial Services Group (ESG), we feel the new name better portrays our value to our clients. Over the past year, this department has made significant changes in focus and vision, and we wanted a name that reflects the enhancement and innovation of the department.
CDH recognizes that small business accounting departments are evolving and has chosen a path to be on the front line of the change – even before businesses are aware of the need to change. Our flagship service line, “The New CPA,” is designed to provide outsourced accounting services using the cloud to be a cost effective solution.
Additionally, Human resources and IT consulting are value added services we can provide to our clients. Many small businesses do not need full time HR, IT and accounting salaries on their payroll. However, there are times when these services are critical. The Business Advisory Group at CDH allows businesses to focus on operations and let specialists manage the details on an as-needed basis.
We are committed to innovation, communication, being difference makers for our customers while living our core values. Here’s what that means to our customers:
- We work honestly and openly with customers – we tell them what they need to hear, sometimes what they may not want to hear.
- We want to build strong, meaningful relationships with our customers.
- We use the financial reports to identify cost saving suggestions, process improvements as well as operational issues.
- We strive to go beyond our tactical work to become proactive, strategic, business partners for our customers.
- Our goal is to improve the performance of our customers and ensure compliance with government regulations.
- We take initiative and do what we say we will do.
If you feel your company could benefit from using our Business Advisory Services, please feel free to reach out to us!
For Accounting services: Jun Okubo
For IT services: Jeff Hays
For HR services: Tom Callam