Local Accounting Firm Recognized By National Magazine

January 13, 2014
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Associates at the Agresta, Storms & O’Leary Batesville office are pictured left to right: Rita Wilder, Lori Seifert, Matt Back, Bev Lamping and Brenda Moorman.

Associates at the Agresta, Storms & O’Leary Batesville office are pictured left to right: Rita Wilder, Lori Seifert, Matt Back, Bev Lamping and Brenda Moorman.

Agresta, Storms & O’Leary PC recently was named one of the 2013 Best Accounting Firms to Work For. Accounting Today magazine and the Best Companies Group created the annual list to identify, recognize, and honor the best places of employment in the accounting profession.

Agresta, Storms & O’Leary has the additional distinction of being ranked in top ten of the small firm category, finishing 8th on this year’s list in the company’s first year of entering the competition.

“We are pleased our associates have recognized Agresta, Storms & O’Leary as a great place to work,” said S. Shawwn Storms, a partner at Agresta, Storms & O’Leary. “Their dedication and hard work is what makes Agresta, Storms & O’Leary one of the best accounting firms to work for. We are proud of our firm, and we are grateful for this recognition.”

Accounting firms from across the country entered the two-part survey process to determine the best accounting firms to work for. The first part consisted of evaluating each nominated firm’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics. The second part consisted of an employee survey to measure the employee experience. The combined scores determined the top firms and the final ranking. Best Companies Group managed the overall registration, survey and analysis process, and determined the final rankings.

The Best Accounting Firms to Work For is comprised of a total of 100 companies, split into three groups: 51 small-sized companies (15-49 employees), 43 medium-sized companies (50-249), and 6 large-sized companies (more than 250 employees). Each year hundreds of firms apply to be considered for the list which only includes the final 100 firms.

To be considered, companies were required to fulfill the following eligibility requirements:

• Be a for-profit or not-for-profit business;

• Be a publicly or privately held business;

• Have a facility in the United States;

• Have at least 15 employees working in the United States;

• Be in business a minimum of 1 year; and

• Be an accounting firm.

“We are honored to accept this award”, commented Storms. “It recognizes the outstanding attitude and engagement of our staff to our firm and, more importantly, our clients’ businesses. It is clear validation our company’s core values of continuously re-inventing processes, leveraging technology, embracing change and providing timely, quality service.”

About Agresta, Storms & O’Leary PC:

Founded in 2009, Agresta, Storms & O’Leary PC is a full service accounting firm with offices in Batesville and Greensburg, Indianapolis and Martinsville offering assurance, tax, and business consulting services, including bank and finance consulting, business valuations, mergers and acquisitions assistance, cost management and budgeting consulting, HUD consulting and various CFO services. For more information, visit www.asocpa.com.

 

 

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