DLC Hires Addition to Chicago Business Development Team

Woodland Hills, CA. – July 9, 2012 – DLC, the leader in helping companies transform ideas into action, one project at a time, today announced the addition of Kerry Heiple as Client Services Director for Chicago, IL.

Ms. Heiple began her career at KPMG in their assurance practice and quickly moved within the firm to Manager and Director roles in KPMG’s Transaction Services group both in London and Chicago markets. Most recently, Kerry was a Practice Director for the CFO Advisory Services group for Slalom Consulting, and formerly the Managing Director of Two Degrees in Chicago prior to the assimilation of that practice into Slalom.

“Kerry is deeply passionate about excellence in client services and we are thrilled to have her join our team. Her extensive experience scaling a consultancy in a rapid and meaningful way will play well in our fastest growing market,” said Jerry Walsh, Managing Director, Chicago.

About DLC

DLC is a professional services firm that helps Fortune 1000 companies transform ideas into action, one project at a time. Named the fastest growing company in Los Angeles (2004), the Company provides accounting and finance human capital on a project basis. DLC has established itself as a leading business services provider for companies seeking assistance in financial planning and analysis, financial accounting and reporting, financial systems implementation, interim or “Gap” financial management, process documentation & redesign, project management, M&A due diligence support and post merger financial integration.

Headquartered in Woodland Hills, California, the Company operates 4 California based offices with 3 covering Southern California and 1 in San Francisco and 1 office in Chicago with plans of nationwide expansion over the next 3 years. The client portfolio boasts services to more than one-third of the 47 Fortune 1000 companies based in Southern California. Clients include Google, Salesforce.com, ConAgra, Kraft Foods, Yahoo, Exelon, CB Richard Ellis, Qualcomm, Walgreens, Warner Bros, THQ, Allergan, Nestle, Avery Dennison, Bumble Bee, EA Games, Ingram Micro, Honda, Leap, Levi Strauss, Oakley, Quest Diagnostics, Chicago Tribune, SAIC, Spectrum Pharma, Union Bank of California, and a multitude of venture capital firms, hedge funds and private equity firms.

“DLC,” the “DLC” logo and service names are trademarks of DLC. References to other companies and their products use trademarks owned by the respective companies and are for reference purpose only.

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