Diamond Management & Technology Consultants (casually referred to as Diamond) is a publicly traded company (DTPI) focused on management consulting headquartered in Chicago, IL with satellite offices in Hartford, CT, New York City, Washington DC, London, and Mumbai. Diamond is a smaller player among companies such as Booz Allen Hamilton, Mercer Management Consulting, Deloitte Consulting, and Accenture. The industrial segments under which Diamond operates include consumer packaged goods, financial services, and healthcare, among numerous others.
Diamond was founded as Diamond Technology Partners in Chicago in 1994
by Mel Bergstein with investment from founding partners and Safeguard Scientifics. The firm went public in early 1997
. On 2000-11-28
the company was renamed to DiamondCluster International, Inc. as part of a merger with European management consulting firm Cluster Consulting. In 2006
the company was again renamed, this time to Diamond Management & Technology Consultants, Inc. as it divested portions of its international operations.
Diamond has throughout its history had well-defined relationships with major technology pioneers such as Alan Kay, a member of the board of directors, as well as John Perry Barlow, Gordon Bell, David Reed, Dan Ariely, and Dan Bricklin, all regular faculty members of the privately-branded industry conference called Diamond Exchange.
From 1998 to 2003 the company published an industry magazine named Context Magazine, the premiere issue of which included an interview with Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
- The National Association for Business Resources
- Chicago's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For (2005, 2006, 2007)
- Chicago's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For, Elite Winner, Compensation & Benefits (2005)
- Consulting Magazine, Top Ten Firms to Work For (2004, 2005, 2006)