Adding to its recent expansions into Latin America and India, Symphony, the global services firm specializing in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Intelligent Automation, announced today its new Global Consulting Hub in Dallas. The Dallas office, to be run by David Rombough, a recognized leader in enterprise transformation, will serve as both a consulting hub and delivery center. The Hub will further enhance Symphony’s ability to support clients throughout the Americas by offering the end-to-end support they need to digitally transform their enterprises – and ultimately win in today’s fast-changing, highly competitive business landscape.
Rombough, who most recently served as Digital Transformation Practice Leader at The Hackett Group, is a highly sought-after expert at helping global enterprises transform through the adoption of new technologies. With roots in big brand consulting – he previously held partner roles at Accenture and EY – Rombough brings unmatched experience helping clients optimize cost structures, develop new delivery models, improve customer experience and beat out the competition. As Symphony’s new Global Head of Consulting, Rombough aims to establish the gold standard for differentiated client experiences.
“The Symphony team has a rich heritage designing and applying modern ways of working, as well as the proven experience and assets to effectively implement future-proof automation solutions,” said Rombough. “I’ve long been impressed by their approach to automation consulting and implementation, and I’m thrilled to be part of the team.”
Through its best-of-breed consulting and deep implementation experience, Symphony’s Consulting Hub will further help clients:
• Identify where automation will drive the greatest value
• Design solutions that optimize processes
• Enable organizations to work in concert with automation
Rombough will be focused on building the company’s global team of consultants and implementation specialists geared towards delivering superior business value – beyond traditional cost reduction and capacity release. In the Dallas office alone, he plans to add at least 30 new experts in the next 12 months.
“As home to several leading universities and top-notch enterprises, Dallas is one of the most vibrant economic markets,” continued Rombough. “We are eager to tap into its unique talent pool to build a world-class team of specialists.”
The Dallas office represents Symphony’s eighth office worldwide and third in the United States. As interest in RPA and Intelligent Automation among enterprises continues to soar, demand for Symphony’s consulting and implementation services has never been higher. The company has tripled its customer roster in 2017 and grown its team by over 170 percent in the past year.
Read the full press release here.
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