Condley and Co.’s Banking Services Group announces iPhone app, Web site
Accounting and consulting firm Condley and Company, L.L.P. recently has launched an iPhone application and Web site for its Banking Services Group.
"We are extremely excited about the launch of our iPhone application and Web site," said Jeff Graham, CPA and audit partner at Condley and Co. "Communication is important when it comes to working with our clients. When our clients access our Web site or download our iPhone application, they will have access to daily information from our firm."
Condley and Co.'s application will house information directly related to the community banking industry. The application will include its Twitter and blog feeds, team biographies, contact information, and various other resources and links. The free application is available at the iTunes Store. The firm also is taking advantage of other social media outlets including Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. In addition to Condley's phone application, the firm recently introduced its new Web site to more efficiently serve clients and prospects.
The iPhone application was created by The Growth Partnership. Founded in September 1999, TGP has grown from a home office in the founder's basement to a full-service, multidisciplinary consulting firm serving the accounting profession in North America.
About Condley and Company, L.L.P.:
Established in 1939, Condley and Company, L.L.P. is an accounting and consulting firm located in Abilene, Texas. The firm's Banking Services Group provides services unique to the community banking industry, which includes Audit Services, ACH Audits, Bank Secrecy Act Compliance, Holding Company Reports and Call Report Assistance, Internal Audits, IT Examinations, Loan Reviews, Operational Policy and Procedures Review. Condley and Company is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA). Also, the firm is a member of both Texas Bankers Association (TBA) and Independent Bankers Association of Texas (IBAT).
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