Cincinnati (PRWEB) November 17, 2005
In an effort to capitalize upon the growing demand for its business and technology consulting services in Cincinnati, Haverstick Consulting, Inc. today announced that it has signed a multi-year lease for more than 6,000 square feet of office space in Blue Ash, Ohio, which will double its current office space. The company also announced the appointments of Joe Walter as a new director of technology, Tatiana Lannelongue as director of business consulting and Jeff Marmer, as account executive. Haverstick Consulting is a professional services organization that has been supporting area businesses since April 2001.
Haverstick Consulting provides a variety of business and technology consulting services, including business strategy and modeling, web site and application development, network and security services, strategic design, launch management and e-learning solutions. During the past four years, Haverstick has worked with more than 100 clients in various industries in the Cincinnati area, including government, restaurant, education and healthcare.
“We have maintained a consistent local presence in Cincinnati since 2001 and have been fortunate enough recently to land several key customers that have required us to add additional staff and relocate to a much larger space,” said Tim Geiger, managing director of Haverstick Consulting, Inc. “Tatiana, Joe and Jeff will help us by supporting our current projects, as well as providing the expertise and sales experience that we need to pursue other business and technology projects in the area. We look forward to their ongoing contributions to our team and enhancing our presence in the Cincinnati area.”
As director of business consulting, Lannelongue is responsible for Haverstick’s business performance improvement services, which include change management, learning solutions, business process optimization and sales and marketing business and technology consulting. She has previously served in various leadership positions with Procter & Gamble, Honeywell and Digineer.
As a result of the growth in technology-related projects, Walter will serve as an additional director of technology responsible for managing Haverstick’s business intelligence, security and network services. He has more than 20 years of experience in the design and architecture of enterprise-wide systems and processes.
Marmer has more than eight years of experience selling technology-based solutions to corporate clients and academic institutions, and selling sales effectiveness and productivity improvement solutions throughout the United States, Asia and Australia.
Haverstick Consulting, Inc. offers a variety of professional business and technology consulting services and helps its clients build their organizations by delivering measurable improvements to the public and private sector. For more information, please visit http://www.haverstickinc.com.
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