EXECUTIVE NAMES AND TITLES:
Robert Schlotman, CFO,
CFO Strategic Partners
and Kathy Panter, President,
Junior Achievement of Central Florida
Ninety percent of the issues that keep CEOs awake at night boil down to one of two issues: people or money. At CFO Strategic Partners, they help their clients with both. By partnering to understand the vision at the top, CFOSP works to build and execute a financial plan to get there while monitoring performance and bringing proactive ideas to the management team. For over 15 years, CFO Strategic Partners has worked intimately with over 600 businesses and non-profits, including healthcare, manufacturing, professional services, technology, real estate and construction-related entities and many more. Over and over, CEOs credit their part time CFO with helping them achieve their goals for the organization.
One of those organizations is Junior Achievement of Central Florida (JACF), which has been helping students better understand business and economics while empowering young people to own their economic success for over 50 years. Without an in-house chief financial officer (CFO), JACF President Kathy Panter and her team rely on the expertise of CFO Strategic Partners.
“CFO Strategic Partners has been instrumental in navigating our organization’s success by implementing strategies to protect our bottom line and capturing funding that was otherwise unknown to us,” said Panter.
On either a long-term basis or just to help in the interim with a short-term project, CFO Strategic Partners delivers sophisticated financial solutions in a way that is tailored and translated specifically for each of its client partners.
“It’s not just about getting the numbers right, it’s about understanding the vision for the organization and being part of the fabric of turning this vision into a reality,” said Robert Schlotman, CFO at CFO Strategic Partners.