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Goodman Lantern's strategic partnership with Mekko Graphics

GL Content Team Sep 24, 2016

LONDON and WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS — Mekko Graphics, a leader in strategic charting used by consultancies, private equity firms, and global companies, and Goodman Lantern, a provider of market research as a virtual analyst for strategic consultants, announced a strategic partnership today.

The partnership will provide strategic consultants, PE firms and M&A advisors who use Goodman Lantern’s virtual analyst services support on Mekko Graphics’s charting and graph tools. This will make the process of developing data-rich graphs for PowerPoint presentations faster. Customers can sign-up for a free trial of Mekko Graphics on Goodman Lantern’s website and use the Goodman Lantern platform to support them in developing presentations and conduct the necessary market research. 

Together Mekko Graphics and Goodman Lantern are helping strategic consultants, Private Equity, and M&A save time and resources. Consultants and partners have a very short time to deliver their projects.  Working together Goodman Lantern and Mekko Graphics can support these consultants in the development of high-quality data-driven deliverables. 

Raj Anand, CEO, Goodman Lantern commented “As we enter a new era of management consulting and changes within the financial market, we understand that our clients have mounting pressures to deliver results. We want to help them with the process, freeing their time to focus on core business and deal-making. We believe Mekko Graphics, is an innovative platform for charting and shares our vision to save customers valuable time and generate results quickly. We are excited about the opportunity and look to make our customers increase efficiency and deliver results.”

David Goldstein, President of Mekko Graphics, added, “Our software is designed to help strategists and financial professionals transform data into insightful charts. Our partnership with Goodman Lantern will help organizations access this capability in a way that maximizes both efficiency and impact.”