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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CSX again fires back against complaints

After receiving its second letter from the federal government citing customer complaints, CEO Hunter Harrison responds in writing.

Editorial: Business community must show leadership in monument issue

With one seemingly anodyne press release, the great culture war of 2017 has arrived in Jacksonville — and that press release put the city on the correct side of the struggle. On Tuesday, City Council President Anna Lopez Brosche issued a release saying she was putting into motion the removal of Jacksonville’s Confederate monuments. The process will take time and no small amount of controversy, but starting down that path is the right thing to do. Now, it’s time for Jacksonville’s business…

JaxChamber takes position on Confederate monument inventory

The Jax Chamber supports efforts to inventory the city’s Confederate-related monuments, it said in a statement that called for a discussion on “how we heal wounds that may still persist from our past.” The statement was issued Friday, four days after City Council President Anna Lopez Brosche directed the city's Parks and Recreation Department and the Planning Department to inventory all of Jacksonville's Confederate monuments in preparation to remove them from public property. The Chamber…