New York-based IPA 100 firm PKF O’Connor Davies (FY20 net revenue of $211.8 million) has appointed Steve Antico as its inaugural chief digital officer. In this new role, he will focus on fostering a data mindset across the firm and driving the organization’s digital transformation.
Antico has spent nearly a decade as the firm’s director of client relations, responsible for establishing a centralized CRM function. He designed and implemented processes and technology solutions to manage the firm’s accounts receivable and collection activities, while also launching a CRM-generated alert system identifying at-risk engagements and accounts. Antico also developed a new outsourced accounts receivable and collection management service offering. Before joining PKF O’Connor Davies, Antico served as president and COO of a provider of outsourced commercial accounts receivable and collections management solutions.
“Our firm has long recognized the power and potential of data to shed light on our work and drive better decisions for our organization and, most importantly, for our clients,” says executive chairman Kevin Keane. “Steve has been a champion of data-driven decision making for years, and he’s committed to ensuring the technological tools at our team’s disposal allow us to remain innovative across our services and solutions.”