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speakTECH and Global Beach Announce Strategic Alliance

Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) October 28, 2009

speakTECH Inc and Global Beach Group (UK) today announced a strategic alliance to provide end-to-end digital marketing, eCRM, design, and the building of web services. Having worked closely together over the past 12 months, Global Beach will merge their Irvine based team with speakTECH's Orange County office with immediate effect to provide a fully integrated range of digital services to speakTECH's growing client base.

Aaron Sloman, President and CEO of speakTECH, said he was excited to continue speakTECH's Creative and Digital Agency Services expansion. "I am excited about the prospect of bringing in-house some very capable people whose expertise and experience will be extremely valuable to speakTECH's clients".

Global Beach Inc Managing Partner, Matt Passey, will take on a senior management role within speakTECH and will lead a number of their key client accounts.

Clive Jackson, Founder and CEO of Global Beach Group, commented that "this is the right move for Matt and the team. Matt is an extremely capable guy and I am grateful for his diligent and professional management of our US business over the past 7 years. I know he will enjoy working with Aaron and wish them all the very best."

About speakTECH

speakTECH is an interactive design and solution integration firm delivering innovative solutions in the areas of Web-Based, Enterprise wide collaboration and Social Computing. We specialize in uniting technology, riveting design and interactive experience into powerful, world-class business solutions. Established in 2005, speakTECH has grown to become a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, National Systems Integrator, and has been honored with numerous design awards.

speakTECH is a privately held corporation headquartered in Costa Mesa, CA with offices in Southern California, Northern California, and Texas.


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