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Central Consulting Group (CCG) Hires Experienced A&E Accountant as Newest Senior Consultant

Suzanne Meyer brings both industry and Deltek Vision expertise to the consulting role

Minneapolis, MN  — Central Consulting Group (CCG) hired experienced architecture and engineering (A&E) accountant Suzanne Meyer as a Senior Consultant to help serve the increasing demand for Deltek-based services by CCG’s A&E clients.

“Suzanne brings a wealth of inside knowledge about how professional service firms operate and use the Deltek Vision ERP system,” said Steve McTavish, President of CCG. “She combines deep technical expertise with a passion for sharing best practices, which is the hallmark of all CCG consultants,” he said.

Meyer was most recently Controller of EE&G Management Services, which provides environmental engineering and consulting services. She also served as Senior Accountant and Manager at A&E firm Acai Associates, where she oversaw implementation of Deltek Vision. She’s held numerous other accounting roles over the past 15 years, and has degrees in both Business Administration and Computer Electronics Engineering from colleges in Ontario, Canada.

“I’m excited to help firms truly understand Vision and all it can do,” Meyer said. “Because I have experience in both accounting and computer engineering, I know the software’s full capabilities. But so many firms install the software and never really train their people how to use it. I wanted to join a consulting firm to help more people get comfortable with the software. CCG has an excellent reputation, so they were my first choice.”

Meyer primarily serves CCG clients in Florida and the southeastern United States.

About CCG

CCG serves architectural, engineering and professional services firms across the United States and Canada by helping them get more out of their software. As a Deltek Platinum Partner, CCG specializes in customizing Deltek ERP software and migrating clients to Deltek’s new Deltek for Professional Services (DPS) platform.

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