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Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Infolink, based in Denver, will be integrated with EKS&H’s Business Technology Services group. Infolink’s managing partners, Bob Tinglestad and Tim Deskin, are joining EKS&H consulting partner Sean McBride to lead the group.
Infolink builds and directs business analytics and data integration departments for major organizations in a variety of industries including education, hospitality, distribution, health care, banking, manufacturing, oil and gas, and the public sector.
“At EKS&H, we are driven to help our clients grow and succeed, leveraging high-quality business strategies,´ said Bob Hottman, chief executive of EKS&H. “The acquisition of Infolink Consulting fits perfectly into that model. Their approach to client service and the solutions their highly-talented professionals provide will fit in seamlessly with the opportunities we offer our clients.”
EKS&H will be offering the following services because of the acquisition:
Business intelligence – reporting, dashboards and predictive analytics.
Performance management – planning, forecasting and analysis solutions.
Data integration – data warehousing, architecture and quality services.
Software training, including customized IBM Cognos training.
EKS&H has more than 500 employees, including 56 partners, in its three offices.