Now open! Please participate in the Clarity A&E Study

The 35th annual Deltek Clarity A&E Industry Study is officially open!  Now through April 11, complete your submission here – http://bit.ly/JLA46N

As many of you know, this report provides detailed insight and analysis into how A&E firms are competing and performing.  To thank you for participating, we will send you the survey results free of charge and in advance of their public release.  One lucky participant will win an iPad Air, and everyone will have an opportunity to attend a Deltek presentation of the results!

I often hear clients say that they compare themselves to the report but that they didn’t participate.  Or that the results didn’t reflect their world.  This is precisely why participation is so important!

Besides helping drive the results, why should you participate?

– More than 30 financial performance benchmarks (broken out by size, discipline, type of firm, and performance) serve as a reference guide to evaluate your success and chart growth strategies.

– ACEC Canada and SMPS join ACEC as Deltek collaboration partners making this “the” study to be part of

– You asked and we listened: You can now save your data and complete the survey later as well as print your submission

– Similar to last year, you do not have to wait for your outside accountant’s final adjustments to complete the survey

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About Chad Livingston

Chad Livingston is an expert on financial management best practices in the AEC industry. He manages a team of more than 15 consultants that design and implement the company’s flagship Deltek Vision solution for clients across the U.S. and Canada. In addition, Chad works directly with the Deltek’s largest and most complex AEC clients ranging from Kleinfelder and exp (formerly Trow Global) to WSP Group. Before joining Deltek, he held senior Finance roles at leading construction and property management companies. Chad is fluent in German and received his B.A. from George Washington University.
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