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Keane expands management team

The IT consulting firm says the move is a response to company growth and will enable senior executives to focus more time on clients.

IT consulting firm Keane today expanded its senior management team, appointing two new area vice presidents.

John Flavin and Gary Gindele will oversee profit-and-loss responsibilities, sales, recruiting, service delivery, and administration at their separate branch offices. Flavin works at Keane's Boston headquarters, while Gindele is based in the $1 billion company's Cincinnati branch office.

Flavin, who recently rejoined Keane, will oversee branch operations in Minneapolis, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Grand Rapids, and Rochester, Minnesota. He was previously a senior vice president with Cap Gemini. Prior to that, Flavin was Keane's Darien, Connecticut, branch manager.

Gindele, formerly area manager for Cincinnati, Louisville, and Indianapolis, now has additional responsibility for Keane's branch operations in Cleveland, Columbus, and Pittsburgh.

The company said the management team expansion is a response to company growth and will enable senior executives to focus more time on clients.

Keane's stock was trading at 35.06 today, up .56. That's down from a 52-week high of 60.98 and up from a low of 24.75.