In her new role as the chief operating officer at the Brookfield IT services firm Concurrency Inc., Kate Weiland is re-centralizing operations after the company’s attempt at a regional model didn’t work out.

Along with that, she’s focused on developing and retaining talent for the company, which offers Microsoft-focused digital transformation services to clients including many companies in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, Weiland said.

Weiland, who was previously Concurrency’s chief people officer, grew the firm from around 15 employees in 2012 to about 200 by 2019, according to Weiland and the company’s founder and president James Savage.

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