In his new role, Mr. Hascall will direct Equitant’s client generation and market development for North America. He will be based in Denver, Colorado. For more than a decade, Mr. Hascall has developed and implemented outsourcing contracts for Global 1000 companies such as Sun Microsystems and Sara Lee. While at Accenture, he secured multi-year outsourcing contracts ranging from $26 million to $125 million; directed IT outsourcing programs and corporate transformation programs for Global 1000 companies; and managed large domestic, international and mixed customer/consultant teams. He also co-founded an independent procurement services start-up, which grew to 250 employees with contracts representing $6 billion in annual procurement spend. The start-up was later sold by Accenture to an outside company.
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