Gregory S. Price, CPA, CISA, CFE

Gregory S. Price is a highly experienced information technology professional with significant profit and loss responsibility for two consulting functions at worldwide accounting firms. He has an outstanding record of improving profits by increasing revenues, extending market penetration, developing new services and managing cost containment. His specialties include: strategic planning, e-business, account management, practice unit profit and loss, marketing and sales, recruiting and mentoring, and service line integration.

Gregory is the Director of Consulting Operations at Pannell Kerr Forster of Texas. Areas of service include: Business Process Consulting including; e-Business, Entrepreneurial Planning, Knowledge Management, Merger and Acquisition Assistance and Information Technology Consulting including: Software Selection and Implementation, Data Analysis (Mining) and Litigation Support. He has extensive experience in e-Business, IT consulting, and e-Security. Gregory has achieved success by demonstrating leadership, technical excellence, and fostering teamwork among the members of previous teams and executives.

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