Atlanta, GA, April 05, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- ThoughtBridge (www.thoughtbc.com), a company that helps clients visualize, organize and manage corporate information, is rapidly growing in the Southeast. The company has recently expanded its service-base into the cities of Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina, as well as Greenville, South Carolina. This announcement was made today by ThoughtBridge President and Founder Jim Straub.
Senior Account Executive Chad Grieves will helm the new Raleigh office. Grieves's responsibilities will include developing new business and managing team members and offices in the Carolinas, as well as collaborating with ThoughtBridge’s Atlanta headquarters. Grieves has more than 16 years of sales experience in the IT industry and has previous experience of opening new offices in Raleigh and Charlotte as managing director of a consulting firm in Michigan.
Already working with clients in the health sciences, financial and legal industries in the Carolinas, ThoughtBridge has seen a tremendous increase in the demand for its specialized service offerings that includes consultation on the multiple Information Worker and Collaboration Solutions offered by Microsoft. This includes helping their clients leverage the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS 2007) platform as well as introducing their Department-in-a-Box framework. ThoughtBridge’s goal: to provide seamless integration of business, technology and information across a client’s organization using a proven DDI Methodology (Discover, Design and Implement) in solving business problems.
"As Microsoft’s ‘go to’ partner in the Southeast," stated Straub, "we know their products inside and out—prior to release to the general public through the beta program and real-world client implementations. The growth in the Carolina markets and demand for our expertise solidified our decision to have a local presence, starting with an office in Raleigh," he continued. "We’re definitely excited about our opportunities in these markets."
"Microsoft trusts us to deliver first-rate solutions to businesses in the Southeast region and we have made a promise to do just that," continued Straub. "The expansion of a local office in Raleigh is the first of many other geographic offices that ThoughtBridge intends to open over then next 18-24 months. Our objective is to become the dominant Microsoft Information Worker in the Southeast."
ThoughtBridge, a Microsoft Gold Certified and Managed Partner, is an innovative business improvement and application consulting firm that bridges the gap between business and technology by helping clients visualize, organize and manage corporate information. They are the owners of Department-in-a-Box a collaborative software solution that incorporates Office, InfoPath, SharePoint and other Information Worker products to build solutions that are targeted towards specific departments within an organization. They also provide solutions that leverage Microsoft integration and collaboration tools such as: Enterprise and Departmental Portals (SharePoint, Office System), Business Intelligence and Business Scorecard (SQL Server 2005), Application Development (.NET) and Application Integration (BizTalk, XML, IBF). ThoughtBridge was founded in 2003 by Jim Straub and Tim Tisdale and is headquartered in Atlanta. For more information, visit www.thoughtbc.com. Bridge the gap between business and technology.