Atlanta Financial Professionals Launch CFO Services Consultancy
A new concept in local business outsourcing has been officially introduced. With the launch of AcuityCFO, small and mid-market businesses throughout Georgia now have access to broad financial services without hiring a full-time CFO or permanent accounting staff.
Though introduced today as AcuityCFO, the company already is a trusted independent financial partner for numerous companies in the Atlanta area. Started by Atlanta financial executive W. Stewart Brooks in 2001 as BrookVision, the company has evolved into AcuityCFO. Under the leadership of Mr. Brooks and D. Kenji Kuramoto, AcuityCFO provides comprehensive, actionable financial process controls and strategies through two primary service lines.
With its Part-time CFO Services, AcuityCFO meets the strategic needs of companies that do not justify hiring a full-time c-level financial executive. This high-level support includes financial and operational management, cash flow and financing, management information systems and financial data modeling.
Through its Accounting Support services, AcuityCFO places knowledgeable accounting professionals within client companies to provide interim or part-time support with routine accounting tasks, including implementing controls and best practices for operational continuity and reliability within the financial organization.
“With Acuity CFO, small and mid-sized companies in Georgia now have a resource for the reliable support they need to grow their business,” said Stewart Brooks, president of AcuityCFO. “Dedicated to the utmost integrity and personal attention, we work as a partner not a consultant, because we understand that continuity and actionable financial strategies are imperative for our clients’ business success.”
The company leadership is comprised of Mr. Brooks and Mr. Kuramoto. A former CFO for an Inc 500 technology services organization and executive with two leading healthcare organizations, Mr. Brooks focuses on advising clients in all aspects of financial and operational strategy and best practices. A former vice president of finance and administration for one of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation and high-level executive with a Big Five accounting firm, Mr. Kuramoto provides expert advice and counsel to CEOs and business owners seeking thought leadership in the financial operations of their business.
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