Qarik Group, the NYC-based digital transformation specialist, is proud to announce its new proprietary, user-centric playbook called the Newton Process. It’s a unique five-step approach that drives modernization and transformation with a refreshingly dynamic sense of purpose.
Qarik partners with clients during their transformational journey with the stated ambition of getting them there faster. And taking them further.
Joe Schenk and Gavan Corr, Founding Partners at Qarik, stated “We are incredibly excited to reveal Newton – it’s symbolic of our renewed focus and appreciation that genuine modernization is a journey and sustainable transformation has the ability to flex in an ever-changing digital landscape. We bring our Expertise and Experience to work with clients to maximize alignment with their ‘North Star vision’ for each unique situation, joining the dots and plotting the most appropriate next steps in the journey.”
Brian Squibb and Justin Hartung, Senior Partners co-leading Qarik’s Google-focused Transformation Practice, added “The Google partnership continues to be a vital component of our go-to-market strategy. Our experience at Google with many of the early Google Cloud migrations helped us develop our transformation methodologies. At Qarik, we have partnered with Google on some of their most challenging migrations resulting in an enhanced playbook we call The Newton Process. It allows us to scale our efforts and help accelerate the transformational goals of our clients, Google Professional Services, and the Google account teams.”
About Qarik Group
Qarik Group, headquartered in New York, was started in 2019 by Wall Street executives, senior Google Cloud engineers, solution architects and developers. The consulting and services firm is focused on solving complex business challenges with Cloud technology and tools for some of the world’s largest companies. In addition to the US headquarters, Qarik has built a world class development, engineering, and data science hub based in Belfast, Northern Ireland and they currently employ 40+ professionals worldwide.