Tech consultancy UDig opens Tennessee office

26 February 2020 Consulting.us

Technology consulting firm UDig has opened an office in Franklin, Tennessee. Meg Chamblee and Matt Dean will head the office, at the appointment of UDig founder and CEO Andy Frank.

"We have a long-standing client in the area, so we've been interested in expanding into the Nashville market for quite some time," Frank said. "Meg and Matt both embody UDig's core beliefs of co-creating solutions and delivering shared outcomes. They share our focus on growing meaningful relationships and delivering exemplary work, and they are the perfect leaders to build our Tennessee presence."

Chamblee and Dean have a decade-long professional partnership. For the past six years, they have worked out of Nashville, each working as director of consulting services for IT consultancy CGI. Before that, both worked at CTS, Inc – which merged with CGI in 2017 – Dean as director of technology services, and Chamblee as director of business development.

Meg Chamblee and Matt Dean - UDig

 

Chamblee is currently the president of Women in Technology of Tennessee and the cofounder of the Emerging Leaders in Technology program at the Greater Nashville Technology Council. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Birmingham-Southern College, and a master’s degree from the University of Alabama.  At UDig, she will head the Nashville office’s strategic direction and operations.

Dean, meanwhile, is Microsoft Azure Fundamentals-certified, as well as an Amazon Web Services Certified Cloud Practitioner. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Alabama. He will lead UDig’s consultants in the Tennessee market, focusing on culture, delivery management, and thought leadership.

With the hire of both Chamblee and Dean, UDig hopes to gain clout and leverage in the market. The firm is expecting to hire 25 people by 2022. It has already staked a claim in Central and Northern Virginia, where it has twice been placed on the “Best Places to Work in Virginia List.” UDig has also been named to the Inc. 5000 list four times.

"We'll continue to be thoughtful with our client relationships. What's most important to us is to continue to deliver top notch work. Quality outcomes will remain our north star as we scale," Chamblee said.


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