Abacus Cambridge Partners launches in North America

28 October 2020 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Abacus Cambridge Partners, a London-based technology consultancy, has expanded into the US with a New York office.

Founded in 2017, Abacus Cambridge Partners helps clients leverage technology solutions across enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), data and analytics, AI and robotic process automation (RPA), enterprise cloud, application development, and business process outsourcing (BPO), among other areas. Its technology partners include SAP, AWS, and SnapLogic.

The firm’s more than 40 professionals work with clients in a range of industries, including financial services, energy, and retail. The London-based company has additional offices in Riyadh and Dubai.

In 2017, the company became a member firm of Abacus Consulting, a Pakistan-based IT consultancy with more than 3,000 employees. This gives the firm access to an expansive talent base and offshore delivery capabilities.

Abacus Cambridge Partners launches in North America

Abacus Cambridge Partners has now announced its fourth office location and first in North America. The consultancy’s New York office will be located in the Chrysler Building in Manhattan.

“Our entrance into North America is a natural next step to our international growth plans. Our diverse capabilities across digital platforms have been instrumental in helping our clients deliver transformation goals. We’re very excited about achieving similar results with customers in North America,” said Abbas Khan, CEO of Abacus.

The firm has appointed Shoaib Khan as regional director for North America. Khan spent the last year-and-a-half in Abacus Cambridge Partners’ Dubai office, where he was executive director for digital transformation solutions. Before that, he spent a decade at Abacus Consulting’s Lahore headquarters, where was latterly VP and head of digital transformation solutions.

"As we transition into the new normal, many businesses globally are forced to uplift their digital footprint through customer-centric innovation in their business models with better cost optimizations. With this expansion, we’re democratizing digitalization for our North American clients, helping them become data-driven, innovative businesses,” said Shoaib Khan.