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AIM Consulting Experiences 81% Year-Over-Year Company Growth, Opens New Midwestern Office

Results-Driven Approach and High-Performance Teams Drive Technology Consulting Firm's Success

SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/12/14 -- AIM Consulting, a leading provider of technology solutions and services, today announced the company's 81% year-over-year (Q1 2013-Q1 2014) growth and the opening of its sixth office in Minneapolis. AIM's focus on building high-performance teams to more effectively deliver technology projects that meet business objectives remains the primary reason the company continues to win clients historically served by large, global consulting firms.

"AIM's key differentiator is that we help companies achieve their long-term business goals rather than just implement and configure technology with a shortsighted understanding of the challenges," said Bill VanSickle, AIM co-founder and CEO. "Our breadth and depth of experience, coupled with deep understanding of our clients' business, helps us act as solution partners, not job takers, and it's reflected in the results we deliver to our clients and satisfaction of our clients' customers."

AIM Consulting highlights include:

  • 81% year-over-year growth from Q1 2013-Q1 2014
  • Sixth office in Minneapolis opened in January
  • 84% Business Intelligence practice growth
  • 229% Business Systems and Business Strategy Consulting practice growth
  • 35% Digital Experience practice growth
  • Significant growth was also seen in the practice areas of Application Development and IT Infrastructure

"AIM has the same high standards with the people they bring in as we have for our employees, and we haven't always found that with other vendors," said Rene Gates, VP of client services, Optis. "People with both tech and business acumen who also have good people skills are hard to find but AIM attracts and hires them."

The complete Optis case study is available here.

AIM's network of consultants exceeds 600 experienced individuals across the U.S. The company's comprehensive services capabilities portfolio includes:

  • Application Development
  • Business Intelligence
  • Business Systems and Strategy
  • Digital Experience
  • IT Infrastructure, Cloud, and ITSM
  • Program/Project/Product Management

About AIM
Founded in 2006, AIM Consulting is a rapidly growing, nationally recognized leader in technology solutions and services. With offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Minneapolis, and Seattle, AIM has the people, processes, and tools to provide companies with strategic guidance on business-critical initiatives and deliver end-to-end solutions. AIM meets the highest standard of excellence in technology, for better value than other consulting companies, with 100% focus on forging long-term relationships with deeply-experienced consultants and building high-performance, service-oriented teams that produce results. aimconsulting.com.

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