Ten Six Announces Strategic Partnership with Kinley Consulting

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Ten Six Consulting, a leading specialist in implementing Enterprise Project Management (EPM), Project Portfolio Management (PPM) and Earned Value Management (EVM) solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with Kinley Consulting a top UK project management consulting and training company.

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Ten Six has incredible Intellectual Property, technical infrastructure and a suite of training courses that have a great delivery track record.

Under the agreement, Ten Six will assume all sales and marketing functions, technical infrastructure and online presence for Kinley as well as make available its service products and training courses. These include Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM and P6 Professional, Deltek Cobra, MPM and wInsight training courses.

“As part of our aggressive growth strategy, expanding into Europe has always been a top priority for Ten Six,” said Emily Foster, Director of Marketing. “Kinley offers a platform for that growth as well as local talent and expertise from which we can pursue our 2013 expansion goals.”

The partnership will allow Ten Six to have a broader market reach in helping organizations with implementing enterprise project management and earned value management solutions. Ten Six’s client roster includes major Fortune 500 companies, defense contractors, health care organizations, telecoms, professional services, IT, engineering and construction, environmental, non-profit and local and federal government.

“We are excited about adding Ten Six’s unique capabilities to Kinley’s and using them to increase our market share,” said Janet Parkin, Managing Director of Kinley. “Ten Six has incredible Intellectual Property, technical infrastructure and a suite of training courses that have a great delivery track record.”

Kinley employees where necessary will undergo cross training in the new Ten Six service products and training classes. “Some of our team are already familiar with Ten Six’s service products as we have worked together in the past on major international projects,” said Barrie Callendar, Principle Consultant at Kinley overseeing the transition. “We already have a solid plan in place and will have it completed by the end of the first Quarter of 2013. As with our external client projects, we will apply the same processes and tools to complete this project on time and on budget.”

All existing sales and marketing functions including Kinley’s web presence will immediately be assumed and managed by Ten Six. Kinley will continue to operate independently under its brand name.

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