Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Systems Alliance Hires Tony Lynch to Lead Atlanta Office

Systems Alliance, Inc., a regional systems integrator providing high-value IT and business consulting services, today announced Tony Lynch has joined the company as a senior business development executive. With over 25 years of experience as an IT and management consultant, Lynch will lead the company’s business development and client service activities in Georgia and Florida from a new office in Atlanta.

“Systems Alliance has built its success on the skills, smarts and dedication of a great team of consultants and technologists,” said Ric Hughes, president and CEO, Systems Alliance. “With Tony Lynch, we’ve gained a colleague whose considerable experience selling and managing large-scale consulting engagements is matched by his focus on building client value. We’re very pleased to have Tony join Systems Alliance and lead our growing business in Georgia and Florida.”

For much of his career, Lynch has been focused on delivering IT and management consulting services to US and international communications companies. He built his reputation as a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting and IBM Business Consulting Services. He has also held the positions of Vice President of Services for Nokia Networks North America, and Vice President at Amdocs Consulting Division. Most recently, Lynch has been President of Thoughtful Leadership, offering team and leadership development services to both large and small corporate clients.

Lynch began his career in the UK with Sema Group transitioning to the USA when they opened an office in Atlanta in 1989. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree from the University of London.

About Systems Alliance

Systems Alliance, Inc., founded in 1993, is a Maryland-based company that provides business and technology consulting services to leading corporate and public sector clients, including Asurion, Condé Nast, Johns Hopkins Institutions, Random House, Inc., Baltimore County Government, and Maryland Department of Transportation. Systems Alliance has local offices in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. To learn more, visit http://www.systemsalliance.com.

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