SDLC Partners implements new IT Strategy and hires Bill Bachy as IT Manager


SDLC Partners employs more than 300 technology professionals.

SDLC Partners L.P. is pleased to announce that Bill Bachy joined the organization on August 19, 2012 as the IT Manager. Bill will undertake a few key initiatives working with the Principal Partners to support the rapid growth of the company by providing the right IT infrastructure for the 300+ employees.

SDLC’s three principal partners—Chris Simchick, Scott Barnyak, and Christy Maruca—are excited about his decision to join the team. “We identified the need for Strategic IT Leadership in order to support our rapid growth.  As we continue to enhance our IT strategy and roadmap, having someone with Bill’s experience and capabilities will allow us to accomplish our company objectives.” said Chris Simchick.

Bill brings over 17 years of experience in systems and applications. Over the past 10 years Bill managed and directed IT resources with an ongoing focus on systems efficiency and company profitability.  Most recently, Bill was the IT Manager at CME Management, LLC located in Greensburg, PA. Bill has a BA from Lafayette College where he majored in Business/Finance and minored in Computer Science. Bill’s vast experience and leadership skills will help pave the way for continued success in the evolution of the firm.

About SDLC Partners

SDLC Partners, L.P., headquartered in Monroeville, PA, opened its doors in 2004 as the business minded, tech savvy, people-driven alternative to large consulting organizations.   The firm’s 300+ employees deliver process improvement, analytics, and technology solutions to Fortune 1000 and mid-market customers by effectively working with business and I.T. to serve as the “execution partner of choice” for improving speed to market, reducing costs, and enhancing quality.

For more information about SDLC Partners, visit or contact Scott Barnyak at 412-373-1950 or

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