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Robert McCord Joins Octo Consulting as President, COO; Mehul Sanghani Comments

McCord_Robert_smallRobert McCord, formerly president and chief operating officer at Acentia, has joined Octo Consulting Group as president and COO.

He will report to Octo Founder and CEO Mehul Sanghani and be responsible for the company’s operations, business development and delivery activities, Octo Consulting said Monday.

“We’re thrilled to have Bob join our firm in this critical leadership role as we embrace the next phase of our evolution, ” said Sanghani.

The 28-year information technology veteran previously served as president and COO of 2020 Company, which merged into Acentia in 2012.

McCord is also a former business unit manager of Science Applications International Corp.’s (NYSE: SAIC) health solutions business unit.

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