Mike Raymond Named Chief Strategy Officer at Octo Consulting Group

Mike Raymond, Chief Strategy Officer, Octo Consulting Group

Mike Raymond, Chief Strategy Officer, Octo Consulting Group

Mission critical technology and digital services provider, Octo Consulting Group announced that Mike Raymond has been named Chief Strategy Officer. He will be reporting to Mehul Sanghani, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Octo. Raymond will provide strategic business development and assisting in the development and implementation of growth related strategies.

Sanghani stated, “We are thrilled to bring Mike and his years of industry experience to this critical leadership role. As we continue our evolution into being an established mid-tier provider of services to the Federal market, it is clear that Mike’s unparalleled business development track record and experience combined with his ability to capitalize on our core competencies in system modernization and digital services – make him the ideal addition to our leadership team.”

Raymond brings over 37 year of government IT experience to his new position. He has held various leadership roles at the following companies; Dynanet Corporation, Acentia, 2020 Company, and Computer Science Corporation (CSC).

Raymond commented on his new position by stating, “I am excited to be joining the leadership team of what I consider to be one of the Federal market’s most exciting and promising firms. I believe that the digital services that Octo provides – including agile software, user design, and cloud engineering services – are going to have a rapidly increasing impact and applicability within our Federal IT market. Octo has amassed a number of key process maturity certifications and already established a long track record for delivering these complex services successfully. I look forward to using my knowledge and experience in this market to help guide the firm’s long term strategy and growth.”

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