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  • 4201 Baymeadows Rd
  • Suite 4
  • Jacksonville
  • Florida 32217
  • USA
  • Phone: 1-904-493-0130
  • E-mail: lewis.hunter@rocg.com
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Lewis Hunter, CPA Principal, Founding Member
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Jim Molis Senior Consultant, Business Development

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ROCG’s Jacksonville office helped a roofing contractor company concerned about inefficiencies in its financial performance indicators. We identified reports and metrics to produce and monitor. Comparing key performance indicators to previous results, and to industry benchmarks, improved the company’s ability to manage.

A fast-growing staffing firm in Jacksonville, Fla., had some major contracts and was in the midst of getting more when ROCG was hired to help it manage its cash flow.The company’s owner understood how the sales cycle affects cash flows but did not have a process to easily forecast cash flows, nor a tool for calculating results of different scenarios, what-ifs.

The local franchisee of a national company that provides non-medical home care services came to us for assistance in reducing costs and increasing revenue. We also provided financial management insight and education to non-financial managers. Not only has the franchisee continued to grow, it has done so more efficiently.

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CSX battle: Activist fund "hopeful" shareholders could get good news next week

It would be in the best interest of shareholders for CSX Corp. to move quickly in bringing Hunter Harrison on as CEO, the head of the investment fund wrote to the company in a lengthy letter Thursday that pushed back on the railroad's description of the offer on the table. If the two sides can agree, said Paul Hilal, founder of the fund that owns about 4.9 percent of CSX's shares, a move could be made as early as next week. CSX, Harrison and Paul Hilal's fund Mantle Ridge have been in negotiations…

$31 million Liberty Street project to take "a bite out of Downtown"

Jacksonville officials will delete a chunk of city-owned property along Coastline Drive and Liberty Street in Downtown as a part of a $31 million fix to a issue that's plagued the city for years. City Engineer Tom Fallin provided an update to the Downtown Development Review Board Thursday afternoon on the project fix Liberty Street after two separate collapses near the Berkman Plaza development. The plan calls for the a parking deck that now runs along the St. Johns River between the Hyatt and…

Kings Bay gets portion of $95 million Navy contract for Trident missile support

Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., of Sunnyvale, California, was awarded a $95 million modification for a Navy contract to support the Trident II missile production and D5 Deployed Systems Support, with work to be done in Kings Bay. About 10 percent of the work will be done at Kings Bay. Most of the work will be split between Sunnyvale and Cape Canaveral. Work will also be done in Silverdale, Washington; Magna, Utah; Palo Alto, California and other locations. Work is expected to be completed in…