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Our client can be a third party such as a Private Equity, Investment Banking, Commercial Lending, Venture Capital , or Accounting firm with the need for IT Due Diligence assessments, analysis or operational assistance for their client companies.

Our  client can be a large corporate entity with a major project staffed by company or external personnel where we participate as part of the project team or as a joint lead.  Our client can also be the senior executive of a large company facing critical questions and requiring the impartial assessment and recommendations of an objective expert.

Our client can be a mid sized business, where we provide a full suite of services including: part time CIO and advisory services, turnkey projects, cooperative sharing of resources, facility management, and other.
Our industry experience and information technology expertise can be brought to bear on your needs or project, at fees which approximate 40% to 60% of the large international consulting firms. Our knowledge of accounting systems and controls reflects our background in industry as well as with some of the major accounting firms.
Our experience has spanned projects in almost all industries, including: transportation, education, consumer goods, banking, financial services, defense, logistics, freight forwarding, entertainment, hospitality, paper, forestry, insurance, brokerage, retail, fragrances and cosmetics, tobacco, foods,  pharmaceuticals, chemicals, printing, publishing, general and special purpose distribution, engineering and manufacturing
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