Gurjit Singh

Chief Information Officer

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Gurjit Singh is the Chief Information Officer of Prager Metis CPAs, a member of Prager Metis International Group. Mr. Singh has been working in the accounting industry for over twelve years.

Gurjit’s primary focus is helping Prager Metis CPAs effectively use information technology and accounting applications by optimizing the tax, audit and administrative production workflows. He has spent the past twelve years working exclusively with a growing CPA practice and is responsible for the creation and implementation of the firm’s technology plan and budget. Gurjit oversees all positions of IT, infrastructure, security, client services, and business intelligence to ensure optimal processes and resources are in place for the ever-scaling practice.

In his role, Gurjit’s goals revolve around the continued growth of the IT department through leveraging technology trends that best meet the needs of both internal and external audiences and boost productivity and client satisfaction. In addition to managing the day-to-day operations, Gurjit has participated and lead multiple merger and acquisition projects and excels at planning for this growth through scalability, integration and timelines and milestones to achieve the desired goals.

Gurjit’s career started with the former Prager and Fenton, LLP establishment as an IT intern. Within three months, Gurjit was offered a full-time position and has worked his way through the ranks to take the leadership role at Prager Metis CPAs.


  • BS, Network & Communications Management, DeVry University
Jan 07, 2020
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Technology and Taxes: The Accountant’s Responsibility

In the world we live in today, the only way to avoid becoming a victim of malware and/ or identity theft is to disconnect yourself and your workstation from the internet. Unfortunately in today’s business environment, that is not an option. Read the latest article by CIO, Gurjit Singh, entitled ‘Technology and Taxes: The Accountant’s Responsibility,’ to learn more about how you can take steps to secure both your own and client’s information and take a more vigilant approach in the exponentially evolving world of technology and information-transfer.

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