200 S. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
North Highland Charlotte
As a market highly ranked on many surveys for its conduciveness to starting or relocating a business, Charlotte was an ideal location for a new North Highland office in 2001. We've grown to a team of over 115 and have become the company's second-largest office. Our accelerated growth has been fueled by our experience in the broadest range of services, including strategy & advisory, operations, customer interaction, information technology, human capital, and finance & accounting.
charlotte office leadership
Our Charlotte Market serves some of the finest companies in the financial services, retail, manufacturing and utilities industries by helping manage large transformations, improve their financial performance and enhancing their customer experience. We are also investing in the future of Charlotte by partnering with local entities and businesses to help improve the economic mobility of our population in Charlotte, so that we can all have opportunities to be self-sufficient.
Jeff McMahonManaging Director and Charlotte Market Lead Firm Leadership
County Achieves Autonomy Over IT Services with Agile Approach
One of the largest county governments in North Carolina entered into an agreement to share technology resources with a local city government in late 2010. After operating as a shared services function for a few years, it became apparent in 2014 that the model no longer met the needs of either entity. A decision was reached to separate operations, leaving the county without a technology architecture capable of delivering integrated citizen services or viable disaster recovery capabilities.
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Nashville Tech Council to Feature North Highland's Dan Watterson & Troy Abruzzo
On July 6, North Highland’s very own Dan Watterson, Principal and Telemedicine Practice Lead, and Master Practitioner Troy Abruzzo, will deliver a Nashville Technology Council Tech Talk, a monthly ‘lunch and learn’ style event where members of the Nashville tech community are invited to hear from those who are driving change and leading innovation in their fields.Story
FinTech trends in North Carolina
On March 23, Andy Moose, North Highland VP and Executive Team Member of QC FinTech, moderated a panel discussion at the North Carolina Technology Association’s Tech Talk Live event titled The Future of FinTech. Panelists from the Charlotte, NC area included Michael Praegar, CEO/Founder of AvidXchange, Abhishek Mehta, CEO of Tresata, and Jonathan Rowe, CMO of nCino. The panelists discussed a variety of topics surrounding the rise of financial technology (fintech), including what is currently disrupting and reshaping the finance industry, why North Carolina is a hub for this rapidly growing tech cluster, trends in the marketplace, potential opportunities and obstacles and what is on the horizon for the future of the sector.Story
In the Community
We want to create sustainable, long-term economic empowerment in the communities in which we work and live. To do that, we support projects and organizations that tackle financial stability, family sustaining employment and housing holistically, because our research shows these core areas can have a bigger and longer term impact. Our annual Day of Giving Back has been another way we have invested in local communities, doing everything from preparing meals, teaching professional workshops, painting playgrounds and more.Learn More