Financial - 

  • Your CFO just took a position with another company and you do not have the time or energy (or expertise) to quickly find a replacement. 
  • Your company did not meet its revenue projections and now you are at risk of being in default with your creditors or your suppliers are getting nervous about late payments.
  • Your closely held company's financial performance is strong, but in-fighting amongst owners is threatening to tear the company apart.
  • Your accountants and bookkeepers are swamped and the department is in need of additional help.
  • Your bankers/investors are very interested in providing additional funding for your expansion but first they need to see a comprehensive business plan.
  • You've heard that one of your competitors has moved all financial transactions to the cloud but you are nervous about cybersecurity and data back-ups.

Expansion - 

  • You want to expand your business or merge with a key competitor or strategic partner.
  • You have a top notch management team and are afraid they are going to get snatched up by the competition.
  • You've outgrown your space and are unsure if you should lease a larger plant, warehouse or office space. Could it be more cost effective and strategic to finance and build your own?
  • You've made the decision to build, but do not want to overpay for the construction or get saddled with a building full of construction defects.
  • You realize that there is a huge opportunity for expansion into foreign markets, but are concerned about unknowns such as foreign legal systems, foreign currency fluctuations, language and cultural barriers, customs, ...
  • You believe that your business model can be replicated all over the country and would like to sell franchise rights.
  • You're confident that your business or product would succeed at or near a Tribal casino resort project but you have no experience in business dealings with Indian Tribes.
  • You've been notified that an Indian Tribe is interested in buying or investing in your business or real estate holdings but are unsure about issues such as sovereign immunity or enforceability of contracts.

Our job is to assist you with the challenges and opportunities that are above and beyond the day to day operation of your business.

How can we help you or your company?

Solutions to Critical issues

How your company deals with critical issues such as the ones stated above can mean the difference between a healthy, stable, growing company and one that is forced into a desperate situation.

These are just a sample of the critical issues and opportunities facing small to medium sized companies every day, in every city across the United States.

  • You believe that you have an employee/partner that is stealing from from the company.
  • You're concerned that a supplier is billing you for goods or services not delivered or is not in compliance with the contract. 
  • You've recently purchased a business and you have reason to believe the seller made gross misrepresentations.
  • You own a company that is facing a tax audit.
  • Your business burned to the ground and you need a detailed review of your insurance policy’s terms and conditions to ensure the loss is calculated accurately and your case is settled properly.
  • You suspect an employee might be earning extra money by selling your propriety corporate secrets to the competition.
  • All your paper records were stolen or damaged during a natural disaster.
  • ​Your business partner was caught skimming money and you're not sure what the next step should be.

Risk Management - 

Risks can come from uncertainty in financial markets, threats from project failures (at any phase in design, development, production, or sustainment life-cycles), legal liabilities, credit risk, accidents, natural disasters as well as a deliberate attack from an adversary or employee. We will take a measured approach to help you and your company manage and mitigate those risks. 


​1. Identify and characterize threats.

2. Assess the vulnerability of critical assets and processes to specific threats.

3. Determine the risk (i.e. the expected likelihood and consequences of specific types of attacks on specific assets).

4. Identify methods and measures to reduce those risks.

5. Prioritize risk reduction measures based on level of risk and resources required to mitigate the risk.   

Data Security - 

  • Data protection and high profile computer hacking scandals are causing you to worry that your company's IT system is not adequately protected.
  • You have just experienced a known security breach and are in need of business continuity support and disaster recovery solutions. Continue Reading