XPLANE Consulting and H. Pierson Associates Limited are putting their skills together to provide African businesses first-class management consulting services. H. Pierson is an industry-leading management consulting service. At the same time, XPLANE develops a world-class design-led approach to strategy development and activation.

The partnership of both companies will support African companies and pick emerging market institutions.

With technology, innovation, and uncertainty playing significant roles in all aspects of business today, business organizations have realized the need for more business analysis.

With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations across the globe now, more than ever before, need to have the ability to anticipate business disruptions. And also respond promptly to changes in the market when executing or articulating their strategies.

The H. Pierson-XPLANE partnership is a timely intervention and a powerful combination. The diverse global team that works for XPLANE in Portland, Oregon, USA, will combine its strategy expertise as a Fortune-500-focused management consulting firm with its creative power. The company is renowned as a Visual Thinking Company.

XPLANE has a unique approach combined with an engaging workshop, hands-on visual thinking, and a collaborative co-creation with stakeholders.

XPLANE qualities will complement H. Pierson’s, who are renowned for having an agile approach to focused strategy execution monitoring and evaluation.

Speaking on the partnership, the Executive Vice Chairman/Founder, Mrs Eileen Shaiyen, had this to say: “We are delighted with the XPLANE/H. Pierson partnership, and are certain that it will deliver very superior solutions to our clients across Africa and select emerging markets.”

While speaking on the partnership, the CEO of XPLANE, Aric Wood, said that both firms were very aligned in their work. “We are thrilled to partner with one of the continent’s leading firms, H. Pierson, to support their clients’ efforts to accelerate positive change.”