Challenges Facing Professional Service Providers Today
The unique challenges experienced today are unlike any that professionals have faced in the past.
Proactive Beyond Competitive Edge
Minimal Shared Expense
Non-profit / Volunteer Model
Proactive “Next-Practice” Focus
Team Captain vs. Management
Revenue Security vs. Positional Security
We take what we do seriously. We don’t take ourselves seriously.
Coaching-Centric vs. Core Service-Centric
CPAPlus Network grew out of Southeast Results Accountants Systems (SERAS). Established in the year 2000 by a small group of CPAs, SERAS was one of the nation’s premier practice development user groups. SERAS provided the forum for this pioneering group to discuss best practices while developing new methodologies that could add value to their businesses.
The original members attended an accountant’s boot camp and realized that the CPA industry was about to enter a more challenging and competitive era. Since then, membership has grown steadily and participants have routinely found themselves on the cutting edge of the industry.
Our mission is to provide a platform on which CPAs can assist one another with meeting today’s unique challenges, while sharing and exploring new ideas, cutting edge tools and best practices. The Network also establishes a forum for obtaining CPE credits inexpensively and efficiently.
Members generally strive to think outside the box as they explore unique ways to strengthen their practices and help boost their firm’s revenue. These ideas and mutual support can help them overcome the challenges of growing a practice in today’s changing business climate.
Many members provide non-traditional services such as coaching, consulting, business development and wealth management services. Regardless of whether members specialize in core services or offer non-traditional services, CPAPlus Network provides practice enhancing resources for all members.
CPAPlus Network is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.