MEMPHIS, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SRM (Strategic Resource Management), an independent advisory firm serving financial institutions and other industries across North America and Europe, today announced that it has acquired Sievewright & Associates.
Sievewright & Associates, based in Boston, Mass., specializes in credit union consulting through strategic planning, technology strategy consulting, board governance, speaking engagements, and the Strategic Leadership Series thought-leadership program.
With this acquisition, SRM – a leader in advisory and contract optimization services that yield improved profitability for clients – will expand its offering to credit unions to include a strategic planning component and the proprietary DIGITALMAPSM program pioneered by Sievewright & Associates.
CEO and Founder Mark Sievewright will continue to lead the Sievewright & Associates business within SRM and will serve as Chief Strategist – Credit Unions. “For 30 years, SRM has supported credit unions through contract optimization and negotiation that improves the bottom line. I’ve been closely connected with the team at SRM over the years, and I’m thrilled that my business will now be an integral part of SRM’s solutions for credit unions and, also, to be joining an organization that values culture and the interests of its clients above all,” shared Sievewright. “Together, we can help credit unions achieve their full potential in the financial services landscape.”
Sievewright & Associates serves more than 100 clients across 42 U.S. states, joining the ranks of 1,000+ clients SRM has served. The company will continue to operate as Sievewright & Associates for the foreseeable future.
“SRM’s growth trajectory is strong, and the addition of Sievewright & Associates is an investment in our vision for the company,” said Brad Downs, SRM’s CEO. “As we explored this acquisition, it was clear that Mark’s company shared key values with ours. The trust Sievewright & Associates has established with credit unions across North America is second to none. This is an important moment for SRM. We are better equipped than ever to support our clients.”
SRM (Strategic Resource Management) has helped 1,000+ financial institutions add more than $5 billion of value to their bottom line in areas such as payments, digital transformation, core processing, artificial intelligence, digital assets, and overall operating efficiency. SRM has lowered costs, created revenue opportunities, increased productivity, and provided a competitive edge for clients in an environment of constant and accelerating change. Visit www.srmcorp.com for more information, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter for timely and relevant insights.