The Coleman Consulting name has been synonymous with results as proven by client testimonials and, more importantly, repeat business. We decided to bring that name to the forefront again. The consulting team remains the same as do our products and services.
San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) April 7, 2009
The Capstan Group, a leading boutique consulting firm, today announced the rebranding of its scheduling unit as Coleman Consulting; A Capstan Group Company.
Since its founding in 1984 by Stanford researcher Dr. Richard Coleman the company has saved hundreds of companies millions of dollars through its pioneering work in the deployment of capital and labor. Over the years, there have been many changes in the brand, including a period as the strategic consulting unit for a Silicon Valley software company. But through it all, the hands-on, implementation oriented methodology that made the company successful continues to drive real change and real savings into many organizations.
“We took the opportunity of the 25th anniversary to focus the scheduling business under a familiar brand,” says Managing Partner Frank Pereira. “The Coleman Consulting name has been synonymous with results as proven by client testimonials and, more importantly, repeat business. We decided to bring that name to the forefront again. The consulting team remains the same as do our products and services.”
About Coleman Consulting
Coleman Consulting is a strong team of proven leaders from industry and academia with backgrounds in operations research, consulting and management of 24-hour operations. Teams are based in San Francisco and Dallas/Fort Worth. Our teams focus on implementing new methods for deploying capital and personnel that achieve significant cost savings and increased profits for our clients. The company’s extensive experience comes from over 600 clients worldwide and a quarter of a million people surveyed. Typical engagements are completed in 12-16 weeks. In a single facility, a new schedule can save $2-5 million a year. Larger facilities may find $10 million in annual savings. On large-scale projects achieving consolidation optimization, savings can be closer to $50 million. Unlike adding employees or equipment or increasing sales, changing schedules improves margins with little extra investment. If you do it right, it is likely your employees will actually like their new schedules better – a win-win situation.
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