Moser Consulting Acquires Fishers Firm

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Indianapolis-based Moser Consulting Inc. has acquired Fishers-based corporate training firm Russell Martin & Associates. Financial details were not disclosed and Moser did not immediately state if any jobs would be affected by the deal.

Moser says the acquisition will boost its business and leadership training capabilities for the tech communities in both Indianapolis and Baltimore. President Ty Moser says RMA's expertise will help improve the total performance of Moser's client base.

"By tackling the tough issues that block growth, we deliver measurable improvement seen in increased ROI and employee performance," said Lou Russell, founder of RMA. "Because we believe that training is often just part of the solution to business problems, we incorporate a huge array of services and products to help customer employees become more productive."

Moser employs some 200 in Indianapolis and Baltimore. RMA was founded in 1987 by Russell, a graduate of both Purdue University and Indiana University.

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