Longtime Microsoft-focused solution architect, Chris Kabat, has joined professional services firm Concurrency, Inc. as the company’s Vice President of Modern Applications and Chicago Regional Director. Kabat is based from Concurrency’s downtown Chicago office.
“Chris coming on board emphasizes our focus on helping corporate leaders digitally transform their companies, not just their IT systems,” said James Savage, Concurrency’s President. He added “We’re thrilled to be attracting top management and consulting talent in each of our markets. Concurrency’s ownership and management structure create an ideal working environment for ambitious information technology professionals.”
Kabat’s sphere in Modern Applications includes advanced business applications such as IoT, predictive analytics, and other line-of-business solutions.
“I’m excited to be part of this next phase in Concurrency’s growth,” said Kabat. “Our approach is superstar technical knowledge combined with a business-focused approach to helping companies digitally transform across their organizations.”
Kabat is a veteran of Microsoft-focused professional services. He co-founded MPS Partners and served as Vice President, Enterprise Platforms and Managed Services at SPR Consulting.
Founded in 1989, Concurrency, Inc. is a professional services firm helping organizations throughout the Midwest realize Digital Transformation to achieve business results.
Concurrency is a multiple-time Microsoft Partner of the Year winner and has been named to both Redmond Channel Partner’s
list of “Microsoft’s Top 200 U.S. Partners” and CRN’s “2016 CRN Solution Provider 500” list.
Clients choose Concurrency for its team approach, top talent, project-scoped work plans and business value. Across all technologies and business needs, Concurrency focuses on helping clients realize more value from their IT investments 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