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    WDDA and Frazier & Deeter Announce Strategic Partnership – Top 100 CPA Firm to provide extended resources and expert analysis of newly launched benchmarking network

    Wasington, D.C. and Atlanta, GA – In a joint announcement today, the Window & Door Dealers Alliance (WDDA) and certified public accountants, Frazier & Deeter, formed a strategic partnership to spearhead a new cutting-edge benchmarking service and provide expert analysis to a growing national community of businesses, within the window and door industry.

    “The Window & Door Dealers Alliance is the Country’s leading voice and advocate for legislative and regulatory policies that affect independent window and door dealers,” said Seth McDaniel, Managing Partner of Frazier & Deeter. “Our team of national experts will support the organization’s new financial information network and benchmarking service by helping interpret and analyze important industry trends as they arise, as well as inform the membership of important tax and accounting developments that affect the industry.”

    “Both the WDDA and Frazier & Deeter understand that small and mid-market companies often lack insight into how their businesses are performing in relation to their industry peers,” said David Walker, Vice President of the Window & Door Dealer’s Alliance. “The Frazier & Deeter team will analyze industry trends and be available to help individual members with questions about their own company’s financial data findings. Having Frazier & Deeter’s tax, accounting and industry experts available to support this important new initiative is a tremendous benefit to our members and our industry.”

    “Supporting the efforts of the WDDA is a natural outgrowth of our strategic efforts to add value to industries that we feel are important to the economic growth of our country,” said Jason Meadows, Partner of Frazier & Deeter. “The new information platform launched by this alliance will allow individual companies to securely and confidentially upload their financial data and see industry comparative financial dashboards. This is the same system deployed by Frazier & Deeter in our normal client interactions.”

    Walker noted that as the WDDA accumulates important industry trends, Frazier & Deeter’s experts will lead a series of webcasts to disseminate the information in a timely and interactive fashion. “It’s a significant advantage for us to partner with an organization like Frazier & Deeter, which understands the unique issues of the growing businesses represented within our membership.”

    About the Window & Door Dealers Alliance –
    The WDDA represents the interests of retail, wholesale and installing dealers of new and replacement residential windows, doors, skylights and related building products. The alliance advocates for legislative and regulatory policies that affect the industry, develops industry-leading training and educational resources and provides meetings, trade shows, seminars and publications to advance the professionalism of industry participants. For more information, visit http://www.wddalliance.org.

    About Frazier & Deeter –
    Founded in 1981, Atlanta-based Frazier & Deeter is celebrating its 30th anniversary and is the country’s 77th largest CPA and Advisory firm. Frazier & Deeter’s knowledgeable, innovative and customer-focused professionals are committed to providing tailored services across a wide range of tax, audit, accounting and advisory needs to achieve each client’s unique financial goals. For that reason, Frazier & Deeter has been recognized as the #1 Accounting Firm in the U.S. to work for in the United States. http://www.frazierdeeter.com

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