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A public company sold resort operations to a sole proprietor. As the managers of both the divesting and purchasing entities, we needed to transition the business in less than 60 days. The divesting company cared little about what happened once they pulled out, and the new owner had very little operational knowledge of how to run a business of this size and scope.

We led both the divesting and purchasing companies through the process of shutting down and ramping up operations. This included fully implementing new HRIS systems, benefit and insurance plans and a paperless document storage system. HRIS implementation went so well that the incoming software company used the transition as a best practice to sell to other companies.

Successfully and seamlessly transitioned $90 million in company assets.

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