Andrew Cukurs founded Verity Consulting in 2008 after seeing how a few major consulting firms were providing unsatisfactory services because of a lack of communication between departments. Verity was born to cut through the bureaucracy and provide end-to-end solutions for organizations’ toughest challenges.
With the number of nominations we receive for just seven spots, many very good firms were left on the outside looking in. Rather, they made our Seven to Watch list for 2016 so we, and you, can keep an eye on them this year and in the future. Stay tuned.
CEOs of companies that had undertaken centralization or regionalization initiatives (i.e., activities and decision making are concentrated to a single location globally or within a region) were interviewed to learn from their experiences.
Consulting is generally thought of as a one-man or one-woman show. But as freelance and consulting gigs grow more prevalent, it becomes increasingly important that you as a consultant know how to play nicely in the sandbox.
Horizontal Integration operates two lines of business: a full-lifecycle digital marketing solutions agency specializing in the Sitecore WCMS platform and a strategic staff augmentation agency placing marketing and technology talent for its client base across the U.S. on a contract, contract to hire and permanent placement basis.
OpenArc is a consulting firm helping clients and candidates gain a competitive advantage through the use of cutting edge technology and talent practices. “Our organization is comprised of three primary technology services: talent, software and strategy,” says Joel Reed, CEO of OpenArc.