Citrin Cooperman acquires tech consulting firm RCS

By Danielle Brody

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Citrin Cooperman, with offices in Norwalk and White Plains, will expand its technology consulting reach with the addition of Ardsley-based Real-Time Computer Services Inc., which joined the CPA firm this week. The division was rebranded and will now be known as Citrin Cooperman Technology Consulting.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

David and Ellen Rosenbaum founded family-owned RCS in 1982, and the business specializes in consulting for small to middle-market businesses. The principals and their team will drive the new technology consulting practice at Citrin Cooperman.

“As technology continues to evolve, we feel it is critical to provide our clients with the expertise they will need to advance their businesses,” Citrin Cooperman CEO Joel Cooperman said in a press release. “David, Ellen and their talented team … bring a technical expertise and a commitment to client service that fits very well with our culture.”

RCS provides four core service offerings – outsourced IT, compliance implementation, best practices assessment and corporate relocation services – that encompass management consulting and technology strategy, full system life cycle support, managed services, hardware/software implementation, network implementation, disaster planning and end-user support.

“We are excited to be joining Citrin Cooperman and we look forward to building an exceptional technology division,” David Rosenbaum said. “We pride ourselves on having a deep understanding of our clients’ businesses with a focus on how technology can support their growth.”


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Danielle Brody
Danielle is the events manager for Westfair Communications. Previously, she was a reporter for the Fairfield and Westchester County Business Journals. She has written for the Journal News, the Scarsdale Inquirer and the Newark Post. Danielle is a graduate of the University of Delaware.

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