Scottsdale, AZ, Feb 16 — Stramaglio Consulting today announced that Tuatara Consulting, a Veteran Owned business consulting and technology integration firm, has joined The Consortium, a think tank for the imaging channel, consisting of a group of industry leaders that aims 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.
Tuatara helps companies devise and execute solutions aligned with corporate initiatives that leverage modern cloud technologies to design, modernize, and deliver innovative business outcomes. As a new member of the business agility solution group, Tuatara is expected to collaborate with other industry experts in The Consortium to deliver solutions that meet the channel needs for digital transformation.
“I am pleased and excited to join The Consortium,” says Steve Cundy, President and CEO of Tuatara Consulting . “The Imaging Industry is like a giant family that takes care of each other, their customers, and the communities they serve. I’m excited to partner and build innovative solutions that will propel this channel forward for years to come.”
The Consortium is assembled by Mike Stramaglio, President and CEO of Stramaglio Consulting, in order to establish an open collaborative platform that enables the Imaging Channel to embrace and lead Digital Transformation (DX).
“It is my pleasure and honor to have Steve and Tuatara join The Consortium,” says Mike Stramaglio. “The Consortium is committed to business agility that helps the industry and our dealers increase their growth and their valuation and I am sure Tuatara will add its significant value to help the industry implement DX. At the same time, I am so impressed with them on what they have been supporting “technology with humanity” by running nonprofit organization and offering services to veterans. ”
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