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ATX Advisory Services—a consulting firm that works collaboratively with mid-market businesses to define strategy and align people, processes, and technology—today announced the hiring of Mike Kennie as Chief Technology Officer. Kennie will lead the ATX Business Intelligence and Analytics Practice. “As an experienced, senior business intelligence architect, Mike is perfectly aligned for this role,” says...
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Earlier this year, we celebrated the five year anniversary of ATX! As we enjoy this milestone, we have been reflecting on our past and thinking towards our future. When we started ATX in 2013, our goal was to build a scalable consultancy that fits a unique need in the market place. We believe that our...
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Appalachia Service Project (ASP) is an organization which gives teenagers and adults the opportunity to help others in need. ASP provides a structured service opportunity, bringing thousands of volunteers from all over the country to rural Central Appalachia to repair homes for low-income families. ATX supports the Westborough, MA ASP team, which trains high school...
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ATX is honored to have our work recognized by the MCAA as the 2016 E. Robert Kent Award winner for Management Innovation. PIPES is something we developed while working with The BP Group, a long term client and partner of ATX. We are proud of The BP Group for undertaking this initiative and for them...
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When we launched ATX  just over 3 years ago, we established 8 core values for our firm including value #7 … “Giving back to our communities”. In our second year we were able to formally launch our corporate philanthropy initiatives which have included donating 5% of all profits to charitable organizations focused on education, medical...
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ATX is very proud to have been Magna Cum Laude sponsors for the Cristo Rey Boston’s signing day event last night.  Cristo Rey’s top 5 high school graduates announced to a room filled with hundreds of supporter where they intend to go to college in the fall. These students have all overcome many hardships to get...
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