Revenue at accounting firm J.H. Cohn rose 26 percent to $221,371,000 for the fiscal year ended Jan. 31, 2008.

Part of the increase came from the firm's three mergers in the past year. J.H. Cohn combined practices with Berenson LLP of New York; Haggett Longobardi of Glastonbury, Conn.; and Marden, Harrison & Kreuter CPAs of White Plains, N.Y.

The firm leveraged the Berenson merger to form an apparel and fashion group. The Marden, Harrison & Kreuter division gave J.H. Cohn a more robust construction and real estate industry practice.

The Haggett Longobardi division introduced TriMetrix, a tool that allows J.H. Cohn to offer clients a different approach to the hiring process. TriMetrix includes a job-benchmarking function that helps employers hone the requirements of an open position, as well as identify the personality type that would best work in the company's environment.

This past year was also marked by the growth of J.H. Cohn's capital markets and SEC practice, which focuses on providing advice to CEOs, CFOs and audit committees. In addition, the firm has continued to develop the J.H. Cohn Professional Women's Program. The program includes publications, seminars, online resources, mentoring and networking opportunities.

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