Concurrency, Inc. announced the promotion of Steve Cundy to a newly created leadership role in the firm’s expanding business consulting practice, Vice President, Strategic Business Consulting and Modern Management.
Cundy joined Concurrency in 2013 as a Senior Process Architect focused on helping clients improve their business operations through technology and business-process solutions tailored to their specific needs. In 2014, he became the solution lead of the firm’s newly minted business and IT management area, joining together his background in strategic business planning and organizational change management with Concurrency’s broad technology capabilities.
In his new role, Cundy will lead the Customer Success, Strategic Business, and Modern Management solution areas—helping clients establish customer-centric, value-driven solutions that leverage Microsoft and ServiceNow technologies.
“Steve Cundy’s professionalism, business acumen, technical expertise, and attention to both strategic vision and the nuts and bolts of business processes makes him the ideal person to lead our growing business consulting practice,” said James Savage, Concurrency’s founder and President.
Cundy is based out of Concurrency’s headquarters in Brookfield.
Founded in 1989, Concurrency, Inc. is a professional services firm driven to help clients find better ways to leverage technology to fulfill their strategies and improve their businesses. We help organizations throughout the Midwest realize Digital Transformation.
Concurrency is a multiple-time Microsoft Partner of the Year winner and has been named to Redmond Channel Partner’s
list of Microsoft’s Top 200 U.S. Partners
and CRN’s Solution Provider 500
list. Clients choose Concurrency for its team approach, top talent, project-scoped work plans and business value—through creative solutions that consider people, process, and technology needs.
Concurrency has offices in Chicago and Minneapolis in addition to its Brookfield, Wisconsin headquarters. Learn more about Digital Transformation and Concurrency at www.concurrency.com