The goal: admit new partners without bottlenecks.
By Kayleigh Padar
Chris Hooper, the CEO and managing partner of Accodex, recently redesigned the firm’s business model to respond to clients’ changing accounting needs. The firm operates in four areas: the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and the Philippines. It is made up of over 50 employees.
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“I started with a small practice in 2011 in Australia,” Hooper said. “It was 100 percent cloud, fixed fee, global from the get-go. There wasn’t really a need to change those fundamentals.”
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