Matching Companies and Talent

Case Studies

MACPA Talent Network, Powered by OpHaus

The Maryland Association of CPAs (MACPA) has engaged OpHaus to better connect their 9,000 members with career tools and opportunities. Prior to OpHaus, members had to seek opportunities and apply. OpHaus Private Network tool eliminates this step. MACPA members confidentially build a digital record of their accomplishments, skills, and expertise. Members indicate when they are seeking a new opportunity with one-click. OpHaus then matches that expertise and shows companies which professionals are a good fit. OpHaus software reduces the friction between top CPA talent and that first interview while saving companies and firms from expensive recruiting fees.

Additionally, OpHaus provides valuable insight to the MACPA so that they can help members advance their careers. Read more here.

Craft Beer - Part-Time CFO

A Craft Brewery was experiencing rapid growth along its three lines of business. The need for a strategic financial resource became apparent. OpHaus strategized with the Founder and CEO to define a part-time, CFO role.

Utilizing OpHaus Match, the CEO identified a professional seeking a part-time, strategic CFO opportunity who possessed the right combination of financial reporting, operational know-how, and strategic planning to support continued growth at the Brewery.

Professional Services Firm – Project Managers

A software advisory firm often experienced short-term needs for strong project managers to work alongside its team. These project managers needed to understand the business requirements quickly, translate into IT development plans, and ensure projects were on-time and on-budget. These project-based needs ranged from 3 months to 2 years. OpHaus serves as the firm’s talent “bench.”

Through OpHaus, the firm identifies outstanding project managers who have successfully delivered on similar initiatives. They connect directly, define the project scope, and go to engagement. In addition to the Match, OpHaus handles all the administrative aspects including engagement letters, time and expense, and invoicing and remittances so the firm has a central resource to engage best-fit talent.

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