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Why Is Benchmarking Critical for Your AE Firm?

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Each year, Deltek publishes the Clarity Architecture & Engineering Industry Study that provides the industry with one of the most comprehensive reports to successfully benchmark your firm and improve your results. You may be wondering, why should my firm use benchmarks?

Hear from your peers at Degenkolb Engineers and Niles Bolton Associates and learn how and why they leverage benchmarking within their firm. They’ll share how the Clarity A&E Industry Study helps them set their goals, measure their success and compare themselves to others in the industry. You’ll see the top metrics you should be tracking and learn tangible ways to start benchmarking your firm this year.

 

Speakers:

Stacy Bartoletti, SE, CEO and Chairman, Degenkolb Engineers

Stacy joined Degenkolb in 1993 after receiving his Bachelors of Science at Purdue University and his Masters of Science at the University of Texas at Austin. Stacy is a seasoned strategist with a proven record for strengthening customer relationships and streamlining operations. As CEO, he is responsible for overseeing the firm’s operations, business development and marketing efforts.

Pat Castelli, SHRM-SCP, Chief Financial Officer, Niles Bolton Associates

Pat is currently the CFO of Niles Bolton Associates, Inc. which is an architectural design firm with locations in Atlanta and Washington D.C. Her passions include developing and implementing profitable growth strategies in addition to process and efficiency improvements across the organization.

 

Megan Miller, Product Marketing Manager, Deltek

Megan Miller is a product marketing manager with Deltek and works with architecture & engineering firms around the world to help them improve their business processes through technology and thought leadership with resources like Deltek Clarity and Deltek’s leading project-based software solutions. Prior to joining Deltek, Megan spent more than a decade in the architecture & engineering industry and stays involved in the industry today.

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