Dearborn-based EDSI Consulting, a division of EDSI, Tuesday announced the addition of Chuck Mouranie as an EDSI partner, and bringing with him a team of 11 consultants from CMM Engineering LLC of Waterford Township.
Formed in 1998, CMM Engineering LLC and its team of consultants bring with them more than 300 years of operational and financial restructuring experience in multiple industries.
EDSI Consulting provides services in management consulting, investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, economic development, work force consulting and customized training to a variety of corporations and government entities throughout the U.S. Over the past 13 years, CMM Engineering LLC has worked with 78 companies to modify operational cultures and turn around facilities and organizations. The merging of CMM Engineering LLC with EDSI Consulting allows the firm to expand in order to serve more clients and help more individuals and companies in transition.
“Chuck and his team bring tremendous experience in the areas of turnaround management, operational improvement services, investment banking and general management consulting to EDSI Consulting,” said EDSI Consulting managing partner Jim Bitterle. “Their experience, capacity and relationships will be tremendous assets to our firm as we grow our national consulting business. Like all EDSI Consultants, Chuck and his team bring executive experience, as well as consulting experience. Consequently, we are always focused on implementable solutions with measurable financial benefits for our clients.”
Added Mouranie: “This is an outstanding opportunity to merge our team with a top tier consulting firm. We have long admired the team and culture of EDSI. The combination of the firms significantly expands the overall benefit to our collective clients. We are grateful for the opportunity and thrilled to be welcomed into the EDSI family.”
EDSI (www.EDSIsolutions.com), a diversified services company founded in 1979 and headquartered in Dearborn, has grown to a network that employs more than 400 people in eight states and Washington D.C.