Sigma Breakthrough Technologies, a global consulting firm specialized in process management and lean, has appointed Mick Holly as head of its Corporate Strategy. Holly has over 30 years of consulting experience, including spells with Celerant Consulting* and Capgemini.
Consulting firm Sigma Breakthrough Technologies (SBTI) was founded in 1998 in the United States. It focuses on helping clients optimize their processes, and specializes in services such as lean, Six Sigma, balanced scorecards and ERP implementations. It first opened its door in 2002, with an office in Göteborg, and currently has offices and hundreds of consultants across the globe.
Prior to joining SBTI, Mick Holly served as Managing Director of The Lab Consulting, an American consulting and implementation firm. Even before that he was an executive at multiples consulting firms, including Ness Software Product Labs, The Highland Group, Capgemini, IBM and Celerant Consulting. At the latter firm, he was founding member of Celerant Consulting in North America and built the practice to successful midsized operations.
Mick Holly was raised in the UK and studied Chemistry at The University of Birmingham. For the last 16 years he has resided in the United States.
* By the beginning of 2013 Celerant Consulting was taken over by Hitachi Consulting.