About Us

Putting CFOs in Positions That Help Business Owners Succeed

At The CFO Factor, we provide chief financial officers (CFOs) on a part-time, interim, temporary or project basis in business and professional services firms throughout the world.

Assignments are for pre-determined periods to analyze the business, and recommend and implement finance-related actions.

Typical employment arrangements are:

  • Permanent Part-Time (4 or more hours a week)
  • Interim (1 month to 6 months)
  • Temporary (variable, based on client needs)
  • Project (variable, based on client needs)

The CFO Factor also places CFOs to train or mentor finance and accounting staff, as well as conduct project-specific engagements based on clients' needs.

The Pittsburgh-based company was co-founded by Scott Martin and Jim Vazzo. They have more than 50 years of combined experience in corporate financial management.

Mr. Martin began his career in banking before transitioning to corporate finance. He has formed and managed companies in 20 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa. He has multifaceted financial expertise in companies ranging from multi-billion-dollar international corporations to mid-sized privately-held businesses. Mr. Martin holds a B.S. in Accounting and Business Law from the University of Tennessee.

Partner Bios:

Scott Martin

Controller / Accountant Associates:

Kate Toole
Our depth and breadth of experience offers clients CFO engagements on a part-time, interim, temporary or project basis, depending upon your specific requirements.
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Although finance-related issues are often complex and multifaceted, we work with clients in ways that are straightforward and tailored to their specific needs.
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Useful information that can help you strengthen your understanding of corporate finance and CFO staffing.
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The CFO Factor will present All Things Cash to your group of 10 or more.

All Things Cash is a rather lighthearted but informative 45 minute talk on cash-related topics every entrepreneur or business manager should understand.
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