Hitachi Consulting


The company I started my career with, Navigator Systems, was acquired by Hitachi Consulting in February 2006. Initially, I did not know what to think. On one hand, I was saddened that Navigator's time had come to an end. However, I was intrigued by the potential new opportunities that Hitachi Consulting would provide to me and the other legacy Navigator employees. As I wondered what Hitachi Consulting would do with the business Navigator had so carefully cultivated, I withheld judgment for a later date.

So, it has been a while since those early days. There have been growing pains and some of the faces have changed. As I reflect on the past and look to the future, I can't help but get excited about where we are right now. The kicker for me today was a video that was recently posted as part of the Hitachi True Stories campaign. It is the first entry for Hitachi Consulting and the subject is our BIPM solution offering. As Jeff mentioned, this was an offering that was birthed by the Navigator acquisition and is still lead by the same people today (like Todd Price). Anyway, give it a watch. It was a proud moment for me.

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Aaron Hursman
Aaron Hursman is a passionate user-advocate who is lucky enough to do what he loves for a living. As a user experience architect, he applies user-centered design principles and techniques including user research, persona development, information architecture, storyboards, wireframes, prototyping, visual design, graphic design, interaction design, and usability. Aaron has a background in web development, enterprise applications, and the social web. At nGame, he is applying his craft to design and build the next generation of enterprise software. Aaron is available as a speaker and author upon request.
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