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INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING EXPERTISE

A strategy of business as usual and risk avoidance is no longer an option at a time when manufacturing, especially industrial manufacturing, is facing disruptive dynamics related to talent, technology, globalization, and regulations. To manage new and established challenges like these, successful industrial manufacturers require a team of advisors with insightful strategies based on deep understanding and experience.

Gain Insight and Advice to Make the Best Decisions for What’s Next

Our unique culture — focused on trust, respect, and long-term relationships — is the foundation for our client commitment. With a goal of serving all your audit, tax, technology, and business consulting needs, we have built a firm with the capabilities to help you achieve your goals. These services include:
  • Comprehensive technology solutions, including ERP selection/implementation, cybersecurity, business analytics, performance management, budgeting and forecasting dashboards, and managed IT services
  • Operational strategies for talent, culture, product line profitability, and succession planning
  • Optimized tax strategies and compliance, including structuring, state and local taxes, federal tax credits including research and development (R&D) and the domestic production activities deduction(DPAD), and international strategies (e.g., transfer pricing and IC-DISC) 
  • Capital and transaction services for due diligence, valuations, and tax and accounting optimization  
  • Audits, reviews, and compilations and internal controls and risk assessments

Our Reputation and Qualifications

As a nationally recognized firm, we have the qualifications — serving more than 300 manufacturing clients in all 50 states and many foreign countries — to serve your needs. In fact, manufacturing represents the second largest client industry group at EKS&H.

To stay up to date on important industry trends, we are active members of several leading organizations, including the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the AICPA Manufacturing Conference, the Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Alliance (CAMA), and the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry (CACI). With this level of knowledge, you can be confident that every strategy has been thoughtfully recommended for you and your business.

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Connect with Kreg Brown to discuss our industrial manufacturing industry services.

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Talent Shortage Tidal Wave: What Can Be Done

Kreg Brown

Demographic shifts, industry image problems, and competitive practices are creating a talent shortage tidal wave in manufacturing. One possible solution may come from Switzerland.  Read more »

IRS Temporary Regulations May Permanently Impact Manufacturers

Mike Fitzgerald

Manufacturers should investigate how recent proposed and temporary regulations related to the Domestic Production Activities Deduction (DPAD) may impact their financial position. This is particularly true contract manufacturers, and those businesses that use contract manufacturing. Read more »