SteelBridge Consulting Announces the Acquisition of Oak Moss Consulting
PITTSBURGH, PA: SteelBridge Consulting announces the acquisition of Oak Moss Consulting in Pittsburgh, PA. The Oak Moss team expands the execution-focused capabilities of SteelBridges Portfolio Company Services (PCS) business practice by adding leadership experienced in managing cross-functional, multi-stakeholder projects across a wide variety of industries. With this integration, Krish Pandya and Jessica Allison will co-lead the PCS practice in driving value creation for our clients.
We are excited to be a part of the SteelBridge team,said PCS Partner Krish Pandya. This partnership will allow us to reach even more companies to help them achieve the success they require through large strategic-change initiatives.
As recognized experts in the Private Capital industry, SteelBridge offers fund managers and companies operating-partner services to solve the unique challenges companies face when taking on large change initiatives. Successfully completing these types of projects requires the right mix of market need, capital, people, technology, and expertise. SteelBridge is here to help companies balance the internal and external forces that impact these long-term projects,and works to ensure our clients identify the right mix of resources for success.
The Oak Moss team is a perfect match to extend our Portfolio Company Services business practice. Krish, Jessica, and their team complement our existing expertise and give us even greater depth when it comes to directly helping companies. We are pleased to welcome the Oak Moss team to SteelBridge, says SteelBridges Managing Partner and Founder, James Haluszczak.
SteelBridge is a boutique services firm with expertise in private capital. Our mission is to help our clients successfully execute on their strategic, financial, and operational objectives to create more effective organizations. We service general partners, limited partners, third-party administrators, portfolio companies, and software vendors.
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