Chief Executive Jim Kelly and chief integrator Laura Gorman have billion-dollar aspirations for ThreeBridge, a digital firm formed earlier this month after the merger of ThreeBridge Solutions and Keyot.
Whether the Minneapolis firm will get there is still to be determined. Kelly estimates the firm will have $160 million in revenue this year. However, the company has strategic plans in place, including looking at more acquisitions — and also plans to expanding charitable giving and talent development programs.
“ThreeBridge would tend to do more technology-focused work, and Keyot would tend to do more business consulting,” Kelly said. “Business and IT have continued to merge and our clients more and more need us to provide end-to-end services from business all the way to technology.”
ThreeBridge Solutions was a national information technology consultancy with 12 locations, while Keyot was a boutique business focused on project delivery, workforce transformation and management consulting.
The ThreeBridge merger unites the predecessors’ talent development programs, now known as Crew. It trains new college students, particularly women and people of color.
The company’s charitable giving program is called Grateful to Give and supports anti-hunger programs for children; science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs for female high-schoolers; and partners with Genesys Works to mentor and train college students from underserved communities.