QX appoints Sagar Ahuja as Director as outsourcing firm expands into NA and Australia

Rick Steves

“Sagar recognizes the unique opportunity that our services provide to accounting firms in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland and Australia, which makes him a great fit for QX as we grow our business across all these regions.”

QX Global Group has appointed Sagar Ahuja as a Director of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of QX Accounting Services in a move to drive the strategic growth of the QX Accounting Services business division.

Sagar Ahuja is expected to be a driving force for business expansion into the North American and Australian markets, where the firm already has significant and growing presence.

Outsourcing services to accounting firms, CPA, and EAs

QX, which is a provider of knowledge process outsourcing services, has appointed Sagar Ahuja for his deep domain knowledge in providing outsourcing services to accounting firms, CPAs, and EAs across the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand.

His 16 years of experience include roles where he led organizational development, strategic planning, and leadership development.

Frank Robinson, Group CEO at QX Global Group, said: “We are very excited to have Sagar join our Board of Directors and lead QX Accounting Services, especially at a time when QX Global Group is accelerating expansion in North America and Australia.

“Sagar recognizes the unique opportunity that our services provide to accounting firms in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland and Australia, which makes him a great fit for QX as we grow our business across all these regions. I know I speak for the other board members when I say that we look forward to the valuable perspective he will provide related to QX’s strategy, operations and management.”

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ACCA qualified chartered accountant from the UK

Sagar Ahuja is an ACCA (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) qualified chartered accountant from the UK with an MBA from Cardiff University.

Based in Noida, India, and reporting to Frank Robinson, he has a proven track record of successfully developing and leading multidisciplinary teams.

Sagar Ahuja, CEO, QX Accounting Services, said: “I am thrilled to be a part of QX and have already felt the great sense of community here with my colleagues and the leadership team. This is a great time to join QX as we accelerate our global expansion plans, and develop our amazing talent to become a global leader.”

QX provides a number of services including accounts outsourcing, F&A outsourcing, back-office recruitment services, and IT & business transformation advisory.

The firm caters to organizations across fifteen industries with its more than 2,000 professionals based out of the four delivery centers in India. QX has been around for more than 17 years, offering accounting and recruitment process outsourcing.

The firm is based out of the UK with offices in the USA, Canada, Australia, and India.

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