Financial Executives International was founded in 1931 as the Controllers Institute of America. The expansion of responsibilities of financial executives into policy-making areas led us to change our name to Financial Executives Institute in 1962. As the global economy developed, we were the driving force in forming the International Association of Financial Executives Institutes in 1969. On November 6, 2000, we became Financial Executives International and opened membership to financial executives from around the world. We proactively helped design the CFO Act, and have a history of supporting legislation that enhances the business climate. Our largest chapters are in Boston, Silicon Valley, New York and Chicago. In total we have 86 chapters across the U.S. and Canada. We are headquartered in Florham Park, NJ, with offices in Washington, DC .
The American Payroll Association is the professional society for Payroll Professionals. Founded in 1982 it is run by a professional staff under the direction of the Executive Director, the member President, and Board of Directors. The American Payroll Association (APA) helps the folks who help the rest of us get paid. The APA supports payroll administration professionals and people in related fields by providing seminars, publications, and certification. It also represents its members' interests in legislative and regulatory matters. The APA boasts more than 23,000 members in more than 140 chapters nationwide. The association operates from offices in Las Vegas, New York, San Antonio, and Washington, DC.
Hoover's, Inc. a D&B Company, puts you on the fastest path to business. We deliver comprehensive insight and analysis about the companies, industries, and people that drive the economy, along with the powerful tools to find and connect to the right people to get business done. Some admirals stick to the deep blue sea, but this Admiral keeps its eyes on blue skies and on the road ahead, as well. Logistics company Admiral Air Express, doing business as ALG Admiral, arranges the transportation of freight by carriers of multiple stripes, including air, expedited ground, ocean, and over-the-road. As an international freight forwarder, Hoover's, Inc. buys transportation capacity from carriers and resells it to customers. It also offers services such as mail consolidation and collation of periodicals. ALG Admiral operates from facilities in about a dozen US metropolitan areas.
It's likely that Sleepeck Printing hasn't had a nap in decades. The printing company has kept the presses rolling since 1904, churning out printed products from catalogs to scratch-and-sniff inserts. Sleepeck Printing also prints posters, calendars, book covers and inserts, and point-of-purchase displays. Along with sheet-fed printing, the company also offers web-offset capabilities through its subsidiary Dixonweb Printing. As part of its services, Dixonweb produces brochures, mailers, and national newspaper and magazine inserts. Sleepeck Printing Company was founded by, and is still owned and led by, the Sleepeck family.
The Capital Markets Company, which does business as Capco, provides consulting and technology services to the financial services industry. It has expertise in such areas as e-commerce, processing, risk management, settlement, custody, exchanges, and operations. In addition to design and implementation of technology systems, the firm produces a quarterly journal focused on business finance and technology strategies, as well as bulletins and white papers. Founded by CEO Rob Heyvaert in 1998, it has about a dozen offices in Asia, Europe, and North America. California-based Symphony Technology Group is an investor in the company.
TAB Products help offices get organized. A provider of record management systems, the company makes products for paper-based and automated file-tracking systems. In addition to color-coded files, ranging from individual folders to complete systems, TAB develops tracking and labeling computer software, filing cabinets, and shelving. It also provides file conversion and other records management consulting services. Customers include the legal, medical, pharmaceutical, banking, and energy industries in the US, as well as in Australia, Canada, and Europe. Cincinnati-based HS Morgan owns TAB.
Central Parking Corporation, through its subsidiaries, provides parking and related services in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. It engages in the ownership, leasing, and management of multilevel parking facilities and surface lots. The company also provides ancillary services, including parking consulting, such as parking facility design, layout, and utilization; on-street parking fee collection and enforcement services; shuttle bus and van services; and accounts receivable billing systems and services. Central Parking Corporation operates parking facilities under management contracts, leases, and fee ownership. As of September 30, 2006, the company operated 1,620 parking facilities under management contracts and 1,296 parking facilities under leases, as well as owned 139 parking facilities either independently or through joint ventures. It also operated 3,055 parking facilities containing 1,403,055 spaces located in 37 states. The company serves market sectors, including airports, hotels, mixed-use projects, municipalities, government agencies, office buildings, stadiums, and arenas. Central Parking Corporation was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee.
Henry Wurst, Incorporated opened its doors in 1937, nearly 70 years ago. Founded by Henry E. Wurst, it is still a family-owned and operated business to this day. The company partners with some of the largest and most recognizable Fortune 500 companies in America providing them with business communications and print marketing solutions. Henry Wurst, Inc. (HWI) also partners with many regional companies and non-profits. The company is involved in local communities in Missouri, North Carolina, and Colorado as well. Yet with all this market activity, many do not know us or at least know our full capabilities. Comprehensive Capabilities-- technologies targeted with laser-like precision to the needs of our valued customers-- an uncompromising commitment to quality-- and a level of service like no other. These are the values that have made Henry Wurst, Inc. a premier provider of fine printing and communications services.
Matterhorn Consulting helps businesses reach their peak performance. Matterhorn company specializes in sales, security, and customer traffic management consulting. Founded in 1997, Matterhorn company offers expertise in such areas as organizational design, recruiting, training, and analysis for sales programs improvement, as well as vendor performance reviews, project management, and contract negotiations for security and loss prevention programs. Matterhorn Consulting focuses on providing consulting services to FORTUNE 1000 companies.
Imagelinx (formerly LTG Technologies) knows that appearances count. Through its Imagelinx unit, the company provides packaging graphics services to makers of branded consumer products. Imagelinx works with designers, artists, and printers to produce film, metal, and paper packaging. Its Tecnolink unit provides brand management services. In 2006 the former LTG Technologies sold its LTG Mailender business, a manufacturer of presses for metal sheet printing, to rival Koenig & Bauer. LTG Technologies changed its name to Imagelinx in 2007.
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