New Relationship Offers Innovative Compliance Solutions

How do small issues become costly problems? What can executives and business owners do to prevent such situations?

A new relationship between Dixon Hughes, an established name in the accounting, auditing, tax and consulting world, and Intercede, Inc., a provider of innovative compliance, risk management and feedback software applications, offers clients a comprehensive solution for identifying, managing and resolving risk in the workplace. These solutions help companies in a variety of industries to mitigate litigation exposure and insurance premiums.

“If we leverage Intercede’s solutions with our human resource, relationship management services and our industry knowledge,” says Carter Utzig, Member, Dixon Hughes. “We can provide a new level of service to our clients not available from other firms.”

“Dixon Hughes brings industry knowledge that will allow us to tailor our solutions for a client’s specific needs,” comments Mike Marr, Senior Executive, Intercede. “For example, while we have implemented our solution with Major Automotive in the Northeast, Dixon Hughes understands the different state regulatory demands placed on dealerships.”

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