North America
  • 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
Lewis Hunter, CPA Principal, Founding Member
Jim Molis
Jim Molis Senior Consultant, Business Development

Recent Projects

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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Former JBJ Woman of Influence, Ultimate CFO elected City Council president-elect

City Councilwoman Anna Brosche will take the gavel from current City Council President Lori Boyer after the council's July break. The City Council elected Brosche by an 11-8 vote Tuesday afternoon over City Council Vice President John Crescimbeni, according to Florida Politics' A. G. Gancarski. Brosche has been awarded the Jacksonville Business Journal's 2007 Women of Influence and the 2014 Ultimate Chief Financial Officer awards. Brosche is the managing shareholder of the certified public accounting…

Valenstein chosen as Florida's environmental chief

With Gov. Rick Scott describing him as “passionate about the environment,” Noah Valenstein was named Tuesday as Florida's next environmental secretary after a short interview with Scott and members of the state Cabinet. Valenstein, a former Scott aide who is executive director of the Suwannee River Water Management District, will take over at the Department of Environmental Protection on June 5. Valenstein was the only one of more than 140 applicants to be interviewed by Scott and the Cabinet…

Florida hospitals appeal ruling on outpatient payments

Dozens of hospitals across the state have appealed an administrative law judge's decision in a dispute about reimbursement rates for outpatient care of Medicaid beneficiaries. The hospitals filed notices of appeal last week at the 1st District Court of Appeal, after a decision in April by Judge J. Lawrence Johnston in favor of the state Agency for Health Care Administration. As is common, the notices of appeal do not detail the hospitals' legal arguments. The cases began late last year when hospitals…