An index of the video testimonials available within our "Member Stories" video blog.
Boomer Technology Circles™
"I tell every firm I meet that's not a Circle member, that’s struggling with technology decisions internally; this is the organization you need to be part of…"
Jim Bourke, Partner-in-charge of Technology at WithumSmith+Brown, has been honored by Accounting Today as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in the Profession and by CPA Practice Advisor as one of the Top 25 Thought Leaders in Public Accounting. In this interview at the 2013 Boomer Technology Circle Summit, he explains why he participates in the Boomer Technology Circles™.
"...the next year it was something Gary started up and invited us as one of the initial Circle members, and I think I’ve missed one meeting in the last twelve years. So it's very valuable and I keep coming back.…"
Greg Davis, Principal at Kennedy and Coe, LLC, shares his view of the benefits of the Boomer Technology Circles™ in this interview recorded during a break at the 2013 Boomer Technology Circles Summit.
We grabbed a couple of interviews during a break at the 2013 Boomer Technology Circles Summit. Click on the link below to see why your peers want you to join the Circles.
"I am so glad I came. Like I said, I am new to accounting firms, so to hear that what we're dealing with is what a lot of other firms are dealing with - it’s kind of nice to know you have people in that same boat; to be able to bounce ideas off each other and really share some best practices…"
"I’m more than happy to share our experiences. We’ve been with the Boomer Circles for over ten years now and it’s been a really invaluable resource for me personally…"
Lisa Dunnigan, Principal & CIO at Olsen Thielen & Co., LTD (2 offices, 19 Principals, 100 people) shares her view of the benefits of the Boomer Technology Circles™ in these excerpts from a webinar recorded in September 2013.
A January 2014 session of the P3 Leadership Academy was held near our home office in Manhattan, Kansas so we were able to take a camera and ask some of the participants about their experience with the program. We didn't offer any payment for these interviews but we did offer to end class a little early if some people were willing to talk to us!