March 16 2017VIEW ALL NEWS
KIRKLAND, WA, March 16, 2017 -- Xtreme Consulting Group, Business and IT consulting firm, announced Dale Johns has been elevated to the role of President. In this new role, Johns will be responsible for building upon what Xtreme has accomplished to date, maximizing our revenue generating opportunities, and driving strategic growth across all eight office locations. “From day one to today, I have had the honor of running Xtreme both strategically and the day-to-day operations and have loved every minute of it. However, It has come a time that I feel that the company needs a new perspective, new energy and new vision on how we run as a company day-to-day and therefore I am happy to announce that as of today, Dale Johns will be assuming the title and role of President for Xtreme in addition to his title of Chief Delivery Officer,” stated Greg Rankich, CEO and Chairman of the Board at Xtreme Consulting Group. “Dale’s record of recruiting and salesmanship, combined with his leadership and management ability made him highly qualified for this position and the new role at Xtreme.” Johns joined Xtreme in January 2008 and is greatly experienced in recruiting, client management, and relationship-based sales. Throughout his career at Xtreme, he has designed, implemented and managed the company’s recruiting processes, as well as, fostered many of Xtreme’s key client relationships. “We’ve continued to maintain a strong reputation and we’ll continue to stay true to what we are best at, Talent and Technology Solutions. I’m looking forward to leading the charge of continued growth and ensuring that Xtreme is a destination for talented consultants. We are a culture of people who are passionate, innovative, collaborative and accountable. Our commitment is to help make our clients’ lives easier and their entire business more successful. Xtreme will continue to be a corporation that is committed to giving back to our communities,” stated Dale Johns, Chief Delivery Officer and President at Xtreme Consulting Group.