AchieveNEXT and Cadilus form Partnership to bring FP&A Software & Services to the Middle Market
Philadelphia, PA, November 19, 2018 (Newswire.com) – AchieveNext is pleased to announce the formation of an affiliate partnership with Cadilus Inc. to bring Fortune 500 FP&A and analytics to The CFO Alliance members and to emerging and middle market enterprises across North America.
With offices in Connecticut and Virginia, Cadilus has combined conventional FP&A with the DNA of enterprise analytics to bring middle market companies a truly strategic capability designed to optimize performance. Whether the need is immediate or strategic, Cadilus helps client partners focus and align around priorities; drive organizational accountability into performance and progress; and create clarity and transparency into performance drivers through facts, data, and insight.
“It is clear to us that the suite of FP&A and analytics solutions being designed and curated by Cadilus supports The CFO Alliance ethos: To provide value across the entire spectrum of human capital, corporate development and strategic risk management. We are thrilled to introduce them to our Members and clients,” said Nick Araco, Chairman and CEO of AchieveNext.
“The decision to partner with AchieveNext is an opportunity to work together with an organization that really understands the underserved needs of the middle markets. We’re excited to broaden our reach and bring a value-added capability to a new segment of the market,” said Dan Shin, Cadilus’ Chief Operating Officer.
This partnership between AchieveNEXT and Cadilus underscores their shared, deep commitment to building one of the world’s most unique professional and enterprise membership networks, focused on individual professional readiness and organizational resilience, The CFO Alliance.
AchieveNext, LLC, headquartered in Wayne, Pennsylvania, is a boutique career, executive, and board services firm serving both public and private, predominantly mid-market corporations and organizations in North America. AchieveNext® is also the parent company of The CFO Alliance, a professional community of more than 7,000 Chief Financial Officers from middle-market companies across North America ranging from $10 million to over $1 billion in revenue. For more information, visit AchieveNext® at http://www.AchieveNext.com.
About Cadilus Inc.
Cadilus, headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, is pioneering a better way to manage business performance within the middle markets. Cadilus provides companies a strategic capability built upon four core capabilities: business planning & budgeting, financial modeling & forecasting, performance measuring & reporting, and business analytics & insights. With two engagement models – managed service for companies in need of a fully outsourced FP&A function, and consulting for companies in need of on-demand project support – the exceptionally talented Cadilus delivery teams are designed to integrate themselves as strategic partners as though they were full-time employees. For more information visit Cadilus at http://www.cadilus.com.
Philadelphia, PA, November 19, 2018 (Newswire.com) – AchieveNext is pleased to announce the formation of an affiliate partnership with Cadilus Inc. to bring Fortune 500 FP&A and analytics to The CFO Alliance members and to emerging and middle market enterprises across North America. With offices in Connecticut and Virginia, Cadilus has combined conventional FP&A with […]
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