We are delighted to announce the we have been shortlisted in the British Accountancy Awards for Best Mid Tier Firm of the Year.
It is the first time the firm, which has 14 offices across Devon and which this year celebrates its 30th anniversary, has ever entered the prestigious awards which are held annually to recognise excellence in the UK’s accountancy sector.
We will now have to wait until November when the winner will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony in London.
Richard Thomas, Chairman said: “Our clients know what a superb service we provide and it is extremely gratifying to know that in this, our thirtieth year in practice, we are receiving this recognition.”
In order to make the shortlist we had to prove we had robust processes and procedures in place in order to provide the very best accountancy services to our private and business clients.
The judges looked at detailed information, including the firm’s client satisfaction levels, use of technology and innovation and the success of its training and succession strategies.
It also examined reports carried out by independent external organisations, including Investors In People and national accountancy profession inspectors.
Competition for the awards is always fierce and a spokesperson for the British Accountancy Awards, run by industry bible Accountancy Age, said: “Competition was extremely high, so to make it to the shortlist is a real achievement.”
“We have invested huge resources into recruitment and training, marketing and in the latest systems to improve our operational efficiency,” continued Richard Thomas.
“But our focus, and the bedrock of our success, has always remained on providing excellent customer service and delivering the very best professional accountancy advice to our clients,” he added.
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