Sehlke Consulting Reports 2020 Results, 2021 Projections; Chad Sehlke Quoted

Sehlke Consulting Reports 2020 Results, 2021 Projections; Chad Sehlke Quoted
Chad Sehlke, founder and CEO

Sehlke Consulting reported that 2020 marked the company’s largest revenue growth year, resulting in a 58 percent increase in revenue, Sehlke reported on Wednesday. Additionally, the company will strive to continue its growth, moving into 2021.

“Since 2013, Sehlke has averaged 101 percent in year-over-year revenue growth. We are proud of what our teams continue to accomplish,” said the company’s founder and CEO, Chad Sehlke.

Sehlke provides comprehensive solutions across Financial Management; Acquisition Management; Logistics and Supply Chain Management; and National Security and Defense Programs.

During 2020, Sehlke integrated technology driven solutions to increase collaboration with their partners, such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams.  As a result of the company’s flexibility and communications, Sehlke was named one of Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America.

Looking forward, Sehlke will continue this momentum into 2021, delivering advanced performance, innovative technologies and subject matter expertise that will drive best-value solutions. Sehlke reported a run rate that will result in a minimum 67 percent growth.

About Sehlke 

Our Mission and culture of integrity offers comprehensive and leading solutions in Financial Management, Acquisition Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and National Security and Defense Programs.

Our Corporate commitment is to provide our clients with precision inspired performance through innovative technologies, and subject matter expertise driving best-value solutions. We are an ISO 9001:2015 certified organization that utilizes proven and repeatable processes to develop, analyze, and successfully implement our customers’ needs to achieve high levels of cost and schedule predictability.

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