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Slalom Consulting

Posted by on Monday, March 26, 2012 (CST)

Meeting: March 26, 2012
http://www.slalom.com/
  • Microsoft US Partner of the Year 2010
  • Consulting Magazine’s Top 10 Best Firms to Work For 2010

What makes us unique?
Slalom Consulting brings business and technology expertise together to help companies drive enterprise performance, accelerate innovation, enhance the customer experience, and increase employee productivity.
 
We are the consulting firm with a national network of local offices. Slalom consultants are locally-based, handpicked experts that form a national community delivering powerful technology and business innovations.
 
How does it work?
Every Slalom consultant can reach out to other Slalom experts who are ready to help–from across the hall to other Slalom offices, and through national specialized teams. Through this model, we share knowledge, ideas, and tools to solve client challenges and help develop our future products and services.
 
How did this start?
We invented it. While there are many local national consulting firms, we pioneered the national network of local offices model.
 
Our clients like us.

We work with interesting and diverse clients, from global leaders to emerging companies, who are doing amazing things. We help them innovate and take advantage of new opportunities. We are flexible, easy to work with, and focused on solving problems—not selling.
 
Slalom believes everyone can win.

Fulfilled employees thrive personally and professionally. Satisfied clients and partners spread the word. The company grows and invests in people, technology, and services.

 

Ryan Gilmour
Practice Area Lead,  Custom Development
214.542.0400 mobile | ryang@slalom.com | @ryangilmour

 


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