“At Abacus, the first thing you lose is your ego. What you gain is the willingness to pitch in and do anything for the client’s benefit.”
“No one at Abacus is too important for any job. When one of us learns something, we all learn something. We listen to each other the same way we listen to clients – as if we expect to hear something wonderful (and most often we do). That’s what keeps things fresh around here. We are constantly moving ahead as individuals and as a group.”
“Organization overcomes complication” is another way Susan measures the Abacus difference. “We literally want the client to throw everything at us. We take it, sort it out, and they see clearly what they have. They feel better and that makes me feel better.”
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