Cambridge Management Consulting Acquires Straxia
Acquisition extending the company’s digital transformation capabilities
Cambridge Management Consulting (Cambridge MC), a global digital transformation consultancy, announces an expansion of its telecommunications business with the acquisition of network infrastructure consultancy, Straxia.
With global markets emerging from the pandemic, digital transformation is essential to adapt to changes in consumer behavior. The acquisition of Straxia expands the portfolio of services offered by Cambridge , providing new opportunities for clients to build a digital strategy that drives growth.
Over the past decade, Straxia has built its reputation focused on transforming and delivering infrastructure, most recently using SD-WAN technology to transform networks and migrate services to the cloud.
Cambridge President Tim Passingham explains how this acquisition expands the range of services the company offers: “I am delighted to welcome the Straxia team to the Cambridge family. Straxia expands our expertise in telecommunications, expands our large-scale project and program management capabilities and consolidates our technical skills. “
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Richard Brown created Straxia in 2009, anchoring the company with a strong mindset that has enabled it to develop long-term partnerships. He joins Cambridge MC as Director and Associate Partner. Richard comments: “I am happy that we are able to bring our capabilities to Cambridge MC. The merger of Straxia’s project management, service and procurement services with the broader capabilities of Cambridge brings new benefits to our customers. As a member of the management team, my intention is to leverage the combination of our strengths to deliver cohesive and agile digital transformation solutions, strengthening our world-class teams with years of hands-on experience. “
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