SolutionsIQ acquires Davisbase Consulting to extend national footprint and large scale Agile adoption practices

Redmond’s SolutionsIQ, Inc., the leader in enterprise Agile transformation consulting, announced that it has acquired Davisbase Consulting, an Agile consultancy and Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) services firm based in Charlotte, N.C.

  • Tuesday, December 1, 2015 3:21pm
  • Business

Redmond’s SolutionsIQ, Inc., the leader in enterprise Agile transformation consulting, announced that it has acquired Davisbase Consulting, an Agile consultancy and Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) services firm based in Charlotte, N.C.

This marks the second strategic acquisition by SolutionsIQ in the last 12 months, and positions the firm as the largest pure-play Agile consultancy in the industry. The combined company will employ more than 200 highly experienced and focused Agile experts, working from seven operations offices in Redmond, San Jose, Portland, Boston, Salt Lake City, Charlotte, N.C. and India.

“No matter which industry you are in, Agile is quickly becoming essential to your business success,” said Charlie Rudd, CEO of SolutionsIQ. “Davisbase’s strong presence in the southeast and southwest, and their expertise in SAFe consulting and training, strengthens our ability to deliver a robust solution anywhere in the United States.”

Davisbase Consulting, founded in 2007, focused on large-scale enterprise Agile transformations at Fortune 500 organizations primarily in the financial, health care and logistics industries.

“We are excited to join SolutionsIQ and support its vision for advancing the Agile industry through successful Agile transformations,” said Steve Davis, CEO of Davisbase. “We can now offer greater career advancement for our team and a higher level of service for our clients. SolutionsIQ’s expertise with Lean Startup, Product Innovation and Organizational Change Management combined with our pragmatic approach to the Scaled Agile Framework positions us as the most comprehensive and well-rounded Agile consultancy in the U.S.”

 

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