AIM Consulting Strengthens Seattle’s Application Development Team with Andrew Pope

SEATTLE, WA—JANUARY 20, 2022—AIM Consulting, a leading technology consulting firm and Addison Group company, expands consulting solutions with the addition of Andrew Pope, Director of Application Development. AIM continues to see growth in all markets, including at its Seattle headquarters.

The addition of Andrew (Andy) Pope to AIM Consulting strengthens several practices at AIM, especially application development. Pope comes to AIM with a wealth of experience in software engineering and cloud adoption. He started writing software when he was fourteen years old and has filled leadership roles in software development IT Operations and Product Research and Development. For the past decade, he has been leading consulting teams and working with global clients like McDonald’s, Walmart, and NTT on IT modernization, a topic on which he’s written several articles.

Of Pope, Djordje Mandaric, Senior Director of Application Development at AIM, says “Andy excels in two areas of high importance for Application Development leaders at AIM. He has a deep technical expertise paired with extensive consulting experience. His professionalism, respect for others, and his sense of humor should allow him to fit right into our team as well.”

Pope says his core motivation is helping enterprise solve challenging business problems. With a diverse background that includes full-time technology-focused roles both at startup companies and Fortune 500 enterprises, Pope is well situated to help clients evaluate their current state, identify a future vision, and develop a plan to get from start to finish.

“Andy has been a cloud advocate since cloud’s early days in 2007-2008 and has spearheaded modernization efforts at clients spanning multiple continents, cultures, and organizational sizes/types; he’s intimately familiar with what it takes for an organization and their cloud systems to be categorized as “elite performers” and will be able to help many of our clients on their cloud adoption/modernization journey,” Mandaric says about Pope’s strengths.

Founded in 2006, AIM Consulting provides industry-leading technology solutions to a diverse portfolio of clients across the United States, ranging from startups to the Fortune 500. AIM Consulting specializes in Enterprise Application Development, Data and Analytics, Cloud and Operations, Delivery Leadership, and Digital Experience and Mobile.

AIM Consulting is hiring across the nation (offices in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Minneapolis, and Seattle). Experienced technology consultants interested in career opportunities can visit https://aimconsulting.com/join-our-team/. Companies needing technology subject matter experts in the Seattle market should submit an inquiry via the AIM Consulting website.

Great People. Great Results.

Interested in IT consulting jobs? If you want to make an impact by doing work that really matters while learning from other technologists, AIM Consulting has a lot to offer.


Your Next Career Adventure is here!

  • Drop files here or
    Max. file size: 50 MB.
    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

    “My core motivation is helping enterprise solve challenging business problems.”

    Andy Pope

    Director of Application Development

    Discover the right solution for your business.

    Request a Meeting

    Whether you need help with technology strategy and implementation, an in-flight project in need of additional resources, or individual contributors to bridge critical gaps in your teams, AIM is here to help.

     


    Ready for a career you love?

    VIEW OPENINGS

    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

    Request a Solution

    Whether you need help with technology strategy and implementation, an in-flight project in need of additional resources, or individual contributors to bridge critical gaps in your teams, AIM is here to help.

    Ready for a career you love?

    View openings

    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.