Axsium Group Expands International Operations, Industry Veteran Kevin Keogh Appointed to Oversee Global Practice

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Axsium Group Inc., North America's leading Workforce Management (WFM) consulting firm, is pleased to announce the expansion of its operations into international markets. Headquartered in London, United Kingdom, Axsium will continue to provide industry leading Workforce Management consulting services to overseas clients.

I am excited to be joining Axsium Group as they launch their Workforce Management Consulting business in Europe. Being able to bring Axsium's experience and extend their proven leadership position into this market is timely

Axsium Group Inc., North America's leading Workforce Management (WFM) consulting firm, is pleased to announce the expansion of its operations into international markets. Headquartered in London, United Kingdom, Axsium will continue to provide industry leading Workforce Management consulting services to overseas clients.

"The opening of this practice is yet another great achievement for Axsium," says Tim Lett, Managing Partner of Axsium Group. "The unparalleled success that we have realised to date has given us the experience, stability and opportunity to provide global clients with significant, measurable results"

Leading the EMEA business will be Kevin Keogh based out of the London office. Mr. Keogh brings with him almost 20 years of experience as a senior sales and business development executive in the Asia Pacific region providing services to start-ups, mature businesses and organisations experiencing rapid growth. Mr. Keogh has worked in a wide variety of sectors, including enterprise software, business process outsourcing, business intelligence, CRM, analytic applications and data warehousing. Most recently, Mr. Keogh served as the General Manager and Regional Vice President for Infor (formerly Workbrain), one of the world's leading Workforce Management enterprise software vendors. Overseeing the Asia Pacific region, Mr. Keogh took Workbrain from a start up to one of the fastest growing and profitable companies in Australia.

"I am excited to be joining Axsium Group as they launch their Workforce Management Consulting business in Europe. Being able to bring Axsium's experience and extend their proven leadership position into this market is timely," said Kevin Keogh, Managing Director for Axsium's EMEA practice. "We are already engaged with UK and European clients who are seeking to optimise their business as they look to get control of and better utilise one of their largest variable costs, their labour. Now, more than ever, businesses need to ensure execution of their corporate strategy at the front line. Backed by the most experienced consultants in the industry, advanced implementation technologies and unwavering commitment to innovation, we are focused on ensuring our customers and partners achieve these goals and we are building our local team with this as our charter."

"Kevin's vision of the future of WFM and its various software solutions is going to be extremely valuable for our overseas clients," said Lett. "With Kevin's proven track record to grow international operations, Axsium will no doubt experience the same remarkable growth we have experienced in North America."

About Axsium Group, Inc.
Axsium Group Inc., a division of Knightsbridge Human Capital Management, is the industry leader in Workforce Management consulting, dedicated to delivering business and technology advisory services to large, highly distributed organisations. With a singular focus on Workforce Management and thorough a combination of business and technology best practice expertise, Axsium clients access trusted business advisors and technology experts with unmatched experience. Axsium Group has implemented world-class workforce management solutions for companies such as American Eagle, Safeway, Cabela's, Bank of America, La Senza, Follett Corporation and Public Storage. For more information, visit http://www.axsiumgroup.com.

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