Albuquerque, N.M.-based IPA 200 firm REDW LLC (FY21 net revenue of $38.9 million) and Tulsa, Okla.-based IPA 100 firm HoganTaylor LLP (FY21 net revenue of $57.1 million) have formed a strategic alignment designed to provide tribal clients across the state of Oklahoma with access to a wider array of technology-related services.
“Through collaboration with over 200 tribal nations and numerous tribal enterprises, the accounting services of REDW combined with HoganTaylor’s technology expertise will provide a more comprehensive solution to meet the needs of our clients,” says REDW principal Victor Flores, whose team serves the 38 federally recognized tribes in Oklahoma.
The collaboration – which is borne from a longstanding relationship between the two firms – will give REDW clients across Indian Country access to HoganTaylor’s suite of technology services, including outsourced CIO and technology services, managed services, hardware and software solutions, and cybersecurity services. The partnership was announced during a recent event at HoganTaylor’s Oklahoma City office, which featured speeches by leaders from both firms and representatives from Indian Country. The event also unveiled a piece of artwork by Choctaw Nation Master Artist DG Smalling, which will be housed at the HoganTaylor office.
“We’re proud to partner with REDW to expand our reach and bring our technology services to their tribal clients,” adds HoganTaylor technology services lead Cody Griffin. “We couldn’t be more excited and know this is just the beginning of a long-standing commitment to serve this important sector of the state’s business community.”