ATLANTA, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- A global leader in strategy and technology consulting, AIM delivers value and innovation to public and private sector organizations worldwide. Expanding its global footprint, the AIM corporate portal (http://www.aim-llc.net) is "all about enterprise solutions that solve peoples' problems," says Clay Smith, CEO of AIM. "Today's organizations are at a critical point regarding their current and future success. Given the rapid and dynamic change we see around the world, organizations desperately need solutions now to solve today's and tomorrow's complex problems."
Globally, the portal provides a wealth of resources and supports enterprises by extending service offerings in education, consulting and technology to international markets. Through a robust combination of industry expertise, innovation, knowledge, and collaboration AIM enables greater access to enterprise solutions via the AIM corporate portal. This, in turn, helps people and organizations work better by improving performance. The benefit is a rich, unique, and sometimes "social" portal experience designed to increase productivity and yield greater organizational efficiency and effectiveness. AIM helps organizations "generate revenue while reducing costs so everyone wins," says Smith. "So where in the world do we go from here? The answer is simple. AIM! Target Success!"
AIM is a global strategy and technology consulting firm founded by CEO Clay Smith in 1996. Clay has an academic background in Accounting, Business Administration, and Educational Leadership. Clay's 20-year professional experience ranges from federal government budgeting, "Big 4" accounting and tax, to strategy and technology implementations. AIM provides world-class enterprise solutions in education, consulting, and technology to public and private organizations around the globe. For further information, visit our website at http://www.aim-llc.net.
Press Contact: Clay Smith, 205-358-4152, email@example.com
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