Cloud Transformation as a Driver of Firm Value and Growth: Two Key Considerations

June 24, 2021 | 8–9 a.m. PT/11 a.m.–12 p.m. ET/4–5 p.m. BST

Long before the COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses into new ways of operating with a largely — and newly — remote workforce, a push toward the cloud was well underway: Prior to 2020, 88% of organizations had started the transition to cloud. But the events of 2020 amplified dynamics already at play and created new urgency for an accelerated digital transformation for many.

Management consulting and IT services firms have an unparalleled opportunity to provide full end-to-end strategy and delivery services for businesses looking to move to the cloud. Finding and onboarding the right advisory talent is key to this execution. But to what extent does a consulting firm’s own cloud strategy and IT infrastructure impact its ability to attract and retain that talent? And do firms that drink their own proverbial Champagne do a better job attracting and retaining clients?

Join an expert panel with leaders from Intapp and Beecher Reagan on Thursday, June 24, as we discuss two key considerations for cloud: How to create a connected, cloud-first firm, and how to recruit the best cloud consulting talent to help your clients make their own moves to the cloud.

Speakers

Georgina Pawley

Partner, EMEA Region

Beecher Reagan Advisors

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Georgina Pawley

Partner, EMEA Region

Beecher Reagan Advisors

Georgina Pawley graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Modern Languages, and is accredited in Human Resource Management from The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). As a headhunter, Pawley acts as a trusted adviser to her clients and is called upon as a subject matter expert pertaining to human capital strategy and recruitment in the digital transformation space. She currently works for Beecher Reagan Advisors where she leads the Global Technology and Diversity and Inclusion practices, and is equally passionate about both.

Pawley’s recent experience includes leadership-level hires such as board and advisory roles, global and divisional C-level positions with a focus on technology-enabled transformation initiatives, as well as partner- and managing director-level hires requiring deep industry specialization across professional services, private equity, and fintech and insuretech. Pawley is dedicated to helping build exceptional businesses. She is also an avid traveler, and writes about her adventures at georgiepawley.com.

Matthew Greenberg

Principal, Digital and Analytics Practice

Beecher Reagan

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Matthew Greenberg

Principal, Digital and Analytics Practice

Beecher Reagan

Matthew Greenberg serves as Principal of the Digital and Analytics Practice at Beecher Reagan. He works with professional services and private equity firms to build their C-suite and partner-level teams. Previously, Greenberg helped lead the buildout of a Recruiting Center of Excellence for the digital arm at The Boston Consulting Group. He was also responsible for partner-level recruiting, designing diversity programs, and implementing an analytically rigorous approach to hiring.

Greenberg brings significant depth across diverse industries. He possesses more than 10 years of experience in recruiting leadership-level hires such as global and divisional C-level positions as well as advisory, partner, and managing director hires within professional services and private equity portfolio organizations.

Mark Holman

President, Accounting and Consulting;
Chief Strategy Officer
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Mark Holman

President, Accounting and Consulting;
Chief Strategy Officer

Intapp

Mark Holman has served as President of Accounting & Consulting at Intapp since 2020, and as Chief Strategy Officer since 2019. Prior to joining Intapp, Holman served as President of Strategy, Investments, and Marketing for Flex, a technology design and manufacturing firm. Previously, Holman served as a partner at A.T. Kearney and PwC, and was the founding Chief Executive Officer of E2open, a SaaS supply chain software firm. Holman received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Kettering University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan.

Time & date

June 24, 2021 | 8–9 a.m. PT/11 a.m.–12 p.m. ET/4–5 p.m. BST

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