Enterprise Worldwide's highest honor, the Firm of the Year award, was presented to Weyrich Cronin & Sorra at the Enterprise Worldwide Annual Symposium on May 29 at Walt Disney World's Contemporary Resort.
This award is chosen each year by the EW Support Team based on the firm's involvement in the association and its overall growth as a firm.
"Weyrich Cronin & Sorra was the obvious choice for Firm of the Year this year," Adelaide Ness, executive director of Enterprise Worldwide and EVP of The Rainmaker Companies, said in a news release. "They participate in all of our events, contribute at a very high level and are excited about their firm and our association. Managing Partner Frank Savarese is a long-standing member of our Vision Group, which serves as the advisory board to organization. His input has been vital and has certainly contributed to the success of EW as an association. Additionally, the partners at Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra are committed to growth and have had great success growing both organically and through several strategic acquisitions over the last few years. They involve all team members in the firm's plans for the future. Not many firms are this committed to this level of communication. Their firm is not only an excellent firm in the marketplace, but they are also, quite simply, excellent people to be around. It was an absolute pleasure to present this award to Weyrich Cronin & Sorra this year."
"We're honored to be the recipient of this award," Savarese said. "I'm thankful for the dedication of our partners and staff who contribute to our success."
Enterprise Worldwide, a division of The Rainmaker Companies, is an alliance of independent accounting firms working together to provide the best possible service to clients on a worldwide basis. Member firms offer innovative business solutions in a range of specialties including assurance, valuation, financial services, tax and family-owned businesses.
In 1979, Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra was founded under the leadership of Carroll Weyrich, William Cronin and Manny Sorra. At that time, their goal was to establish an accounting practice built around proactive client service delivered through "close personal attention." Almost 35 years later, the tradition of excellent client service continues.