Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises Joins The Consortium Executive Leadership Council

Scottsdale, AZ, Sep 12 — Stramaglio Consulting has announced Donnellon MaCarthy Enterprises (DME), a leading provider of managed services and technology solutions, has joined The Consortium, a think tank for the imaging channel, consisting of industry leaders aiming to help the channel grow and thrive.  The Consortium’s focus is to help improve business agility for the channel and workplaces through the channel.

DME provides a powerful array of process automation in both the digital imaging industry and intelligence tools for software.  As a new member of The Consortium Executive Leadership Council (ELC), representatives from DME will collaborate with other Consortium members and help identify channel opportunities, develop new programs, and set new best-practice standards, offering their vision and expertise in the channel.

“I am so excited to join The Consortium,” says Jim George, president at DME. “I witnessed at the last Executive Connection Summit (ECS) what The Consortium delivers to the channel is so remarkable. And, I look forward to closely working with the industry leaders to innovate AI-based solutions and services for our own organization, our customers and our industry while materializing some business diversification opportunities such as EV charging stations which I also learned at ECS.”

The Consortium is assembled by Mike Stramaglio, President and CEO of Stramaglio Consulting, and seeks to establish an open collaborative platform that enables the imaging channel to embrace and lead Digital Transformation (DX). 

“I am honored and pleased to have Jim George and the DME team join this leadership group of The Consortium.  DME offers advanced managed services and technology solutions along with their customer service and the strong relationships with their customers,” says Mike Stramaglio. “I love specially what they are doing with AI and am confident DME brings lots of value to The Consortium and helps building new programs and industry best practices.”

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