Atlanta-based North Highland Co. has hired David Reiling as its executive vice president of international business who is to work closely with the company’s overseas partners in expanding its global activities.

Mr. Reiling spent more than 10 years with Parametric Technology Corp., a U.S. enterprise software solutions provider where he was vice president of client services worldwide for the service lifecycle management business unit.

He also served as a member of the Asia professional service leadership team during which time he was based in Shanghai.

North Highland helps businesses, governments and non-profit clients define strategies, streamline operations, empower people, integrate suppliers, leverage technology and maximize customer interaction.

North Highland and several of its partner firms established Highland Worldwide Ltd. in 2006 as a global alliance of consultancies, which now has 29 overseas offices in 16 countries.

Founding members were Horváth & Partners Group in Germany, Oresys in France, and Qedis Consulting Ltd. in the United Kingdom.

It established an office in Shanghai in 2009.  The next year the company acquired a controlling interest in Shanghai-based HBC Consulting, which now operates as North Highland China.

North Highland recently also promoted the five following Atlanta-based consultants to vice president: Kyle Anderson, who specializes in the telecommunications and financial services industries;

Scott Bryan, digital customer strategy and design; Dani-Hopkins, business strategy and transformation; Alva Jones, consumer products, media and telecommunications and Andrea Turgeon financial services, media and entertainment and consumer packaged goods.

To learn more about North Highland, go here.

To see GlobalAtlanta’s interview with Mike Morris who heads North Highland’s Atlanta office, go here.

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