Company Overview of The North Highland Company, Inc.
The North Highland Company, Inc. provides management consulting services. The company offers services in the areas of data and analytics, managed services, operating efficiency ratio, people and change, professionalizing IT, social insights lab, and strategy and advisory. It serves industries, such as energy and utilities, financial services, healthcare, life sciences, public sector, and retail and CPG; media, entertainment, and telecommunications; and transportation, travel, and leisure. The company was incorporated in 1989 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia with additional offices in the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East/the Asia Pacific.
3333 Piedmont Road
Atlanta, GA 30305
Founded in 1989
Key Executives for The North Highland Company, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The North Highland Company, Inc. Key Developments
North Highland Announces Carey Denney as New Market Lead for its Atlanta Office
Aug 24 15
North Highland announced Carey Denney as the new market lead for the firm's Atlanta office, which also serves as its global headquarters. Denney joined the North Highland Atlanta office in 2005, and served as account executive at several key clients where she helped establish North Highland as a trusted consulting partner. Most recently, Denney spent time in the firm's London office, playing an instrumental role in growing North Highland's UK retail practice. Prior to joining North Highland, Denney spent most of her career with Accenture, Oracle Consulting Services and Texas Utilities.
Greg Bradley Rejoins North Highland as Vice President
Aug 20 15
North Highland announced the hiring of Greg Bradley, as vice president, based in the firm's Atlanta office. In his new role as VP, Bradley will work to continue developing relationships in partnership with account teams in existing clients and build relationships with potential prospects. He will also work to source new revenue streams, especially as it relates to North Highland's areas of expertise. This is Bradley's second tenure with North Highland as he previously held the position as principal account manager and manager at the firm. In 2013, Bradley left the firm to continue his career at Coca-Cola as a director of finance capabilities in global IT, and most recently served as COO and CFO of a law firm in Atlanta. In addition to focusing on client development, Bradley, as an African-American leader within the firm, will also lead North Highland's recruiting efforts with Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs), furthering North Highland's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
North Highland Appoints Sharad Elhence as Vice President of Strategy, Supporting the West Region
Jun 5 15
North Highland announced that Sharad Elhence has been named vice president of strategy, supporting the West region. He will be based in the firm's Dallas office. Elhence will help drive strategic client projects across the various industry practices offered by the firm. His experience in combining strategy and operations in transformative programs will be utilized across areas of supply chain management, advanced analytics, and value assurance in large business technology programs. Elhence brings more than 27 years of experience to North Highland, spanning logistics and distribution to
manufacturing and asset intensive industries. He has deep knowledge in developing transformational strategies among various functional areas, including supply chain and information technology. For these clients, Elhence was able to identify growth opportunities, provide the strategy framework to meet their goals and support implementation that drove significant value. Most recently, Elhence served as partner at Infosys Management Consulting. Prior to this role, his leadership experiences include COO of an enterprise performance management solutions provider, vice president of strategy at i2 Technologies and engagement manager at McKinsey & Company.
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