AI and other emerging technologies, fierce competition, and innovative new products are driving change in the technology industry. Today’s technology entrepreneur face more challenges than ever, including developing products, marketing, maintaining technological advantages, raising capital, and growing and managing their company. In addition to these challenges, leaders must navigate the rapidly changing financial and accounting landscape.
Saggar & Rosenberg’s professionals have years of experience in dealing with the intricacies of the Technology industry. We are distinguished by our extensive experience with hardware, software, cloud computing (SaaS), Internet, and telecommunication companies. We have also worked with companies in various stages of maturity from venture-backed start-ups to later-stage companies with mature technologies and proven market demand.
Our Technology clients often look to us for help on these issues:
Our services tailored for Technology companies include:
Bryan Hughes prides himself on his ability to help clients work through complex problems. Problems that are important to his clients but need more than a “top of my head” answer. He always strives to offer meaningful solutions by digging in and helping his clients think through the problem, research options, and brainstorm solutions. He gets great satisfaction from helping his clients find the best answer for their situation.
Bryan’s core areas of responsibility include transaction and accounting advisory services, audits, and other assurance services like reviews and reviews and compilations. In addition, his experience includes providing buy-side and sell-side due diligence services, including transaction preparation, structuring, advising, and management buyouts. He also advises clients concerning accounting questions and executive long-term compensation strategies.
Bryan's client experience ranges from small startups to multi-billion operations. Bryan’s clients include government contractors, technology companies, portfolio companies, and life sciences. He also has worked with clients in financial services, banking, hedge funds, and private equity.
Bryan holds a BA in Accounting from Bucknell University. He is an audit leader at the firm, belongs to the Board of Directors of the Maryland Tech Council (Awards sub-Committee), and is a member of the AICPA. He prides himself on mentoring staff and building diverse teams capable of providing meaningful client suggestions.
When Bryan isn’t at work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two dogs, soccer, trail running, and adventure racing (races where you need to reach points on a map by running, biking, and canoeing).