Italian Management Consultancy partners with British Information Management Specialist
Simpson Associates, specialists in building and implementing information management solutions, which provide better business understanding and improved business management performance, has today announced a strategic partnership with Italian based management consultancy SDG Group, to represent their interests in Great Britain and Northern Europe.
Simpson Associates bring a services team of 18 consultants to assist SDG customers in the UK to achieve their project objectives. In addition, SDG’s team of 150 consultants are available to augment SA’s services team in their own projects.
The partnership benefits from the strong relationships both companies have with BOARD MIT and IBM; and an impressive list of customer success stories between them. The partnership combines two strong project governance, application design and service delivery capabilities together to benefit customers.
In addition, SA’s strong presence as a UK Microsoft Gold Business Intelligence Partner and SDG’s partnerships with SAP/BO and QlikView open up exciting possibilities for customers and prospective customers in all of the market leading CPM and BI technologies
‘We have a healthy five year growth and development plan in place and I see the partnership with SDG as an important part of accomplishing our objectives.’
‘I know that Luca Quagini, CEO of SDG Group sees our partnership as an important part of SDG’s growth strategy in the UK and Europe and together we offer a superb, technology agnostic route forward for any organisation looking to make Corporate Performance Measurement a reality for their business.’
‘The partnership with Simpson Associates is strategic to our customers and to our business. This alliance will significantly enhance our consulting expertise, expand our applications team and position us as the largest CPM/BI specialist in Europe. I am thrilled to welcome the Simpson Associates team in joining forces with SDG’s analytical capabilities to deliver a best in class services to UK customers.’
Both organisations retain their current ownership and management structures and will represent each other in both the UK and Europe.