08-13-2010 08:39 AM CET - IT, New Media & Software

Matt King joins Trianz as Vice President - Management Consulting

Press release from: Trianz
August 3rd 2010 - Trianz announced the appointment of Matt King as Vice President - Management Consulting Services. Trianz Management Consulting practices provide execution strategy, organization, process and technology related advisory and implementation services to clients worldwide. Matt King will spearhead the strategy, growth and delivery of client services in these practices.

Matt has over 25 years of experience in professional services in various industry sectors including Information, Communication, Manufacturing, Distribution and Entertainment. Prior to joining Trianz, Matt was associated for over 20 years with Price Waterhouse Coopers (later IBM Global Services) as a Managing Partner and played a leadership role in their Information, Communications and Entertainment industry group. He led over 250 consultants for large Consulting, ERP, CRM and middleware projects. Matt has worked with CEOs, CFOs, CIOs and leaders of various business functions provided advice on business application architecture, application development and outsourcing. Matt King is an alumnus of University of Maryland and received his MBA from New York University.

Extending a warm welcome to Matt King, the President & CEO of Trianz, Sri Manchala said, "Despite a recessionary period quite unprecedented in recent times, Trianz has been growing very favorably. We are experiencing growth in all areas of our firm and it is a testimony to our focus on value oriented execution and client satisfaction. With growth comes the need and opportunity to invest in the next generation of leadership. This Consulting leadership initiative is an important step forward in our efforts to leap forward in our Consulting business. What makes Matt a special addition is his ability to blend business perspectives and technology implementations to deliver holistic, leading edge capabilities for clients. Without a doubt he will take the Trianz value proposition of turnkey execution to the next level for clients. "

Matt will be responsible for the growth of the entire practice. Commenting on his joining Matt said " Trianz has gone through nearly a decade of growth and delivering value to clients despite two very challenging periods. It is quite clear that the organization has grown very well because of its commitment to a hybrid model of execution combining business and technology execution leveraging experienced teams and a strong client focus. I am excited to be a part of an organization that is growing well and will hopefully establish a new paradigm in professional services for our clients."

About Trianz
Trianz is a global Consulting, Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing Services Company. We provide a wide range of services and solutions to small, mid-sized and Fortune 1000 clients in High-Tech, Insurance, Retail, Manufacturing and other major industry segments. Trianz Consulting Practice strives to deliver measurable business results by helping clients significantly improve operating models, processes and organizational structures across core business functions. Our Technology Services range from Enterprise Package Implementation, Custom Application Development, Application Maintenance, IT Service Management and Testing Services. Trianz BPO provides Sales and Finance process outsourcing services. With our flexible engagement models and global workforce of over 800 professionals, we serve clients worldwide. We have multiple offices and development centers located across USA, Japan and India. For more information, visit us at http://www.trianz.com/

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