DALLAS, TX – Sendero, a management consulting firm with expertise delivering strategic planning, digital transformation, and organizational effectiveness solutions, is pleased to announce the promotion of Scott Simari to Principal.

Since joining Sendero in 2014 with a background in business development and economics, Scott has played a central role in developing and implementing strategic IT initiatives for clients in the energy, financial services, distribution, manufacturing, non-profit, and utilities sectors.

“The leadership Scott has provided on a broad range of complex and challenging client engagements is exceptional,” said Sendero CEO and Founder Bret Farrar. “He continues to impress clients with the business, technical, and operational insights he brings to every assignment.”

Scott has held a variety of consulting roles on past projects and has consistently made measurable impact on performance, profitability, and capabilities for a broad range of clients. In recent engagements, Scott has led executive level analytics and dashboarding, post-merger integrations, CRM programs, Agile transformations, and strategic planning, resulting in capital investment and organizational transformation projects which he led.

Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Philosophy from Southern Methodist University.

About Sendero:
Sendero is a full-service management consulting firm focused on one thing: empowering rapid, significant, and measurable results. Sendero provides large and mid-sized organizations with management consulting services that empower them to improve performance, increase efficiencies, and implement fundamental transformation. Sendero’s experts provide guidance in strategic planning, digital transformation, and organizational effectiveness across a variety of industries. With offices in Austin, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Nashville, and Phoenix, Sendero is focused on making an impact for their clients and community.

Sendero Media Contact:
Caitlyn Byther
(972) 388-5806

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