Welsh Consulting Acquired by Industry Veteran Charlie Ross

October 15, 2012 – Boston, MA – Welsh Consulting, an IT consulting firm providing computer services, strategy, and support to Greater Boston businesses, was recently acquired by Charlie Ross of Smithfield, Rhode Island. Ross is a 20-year veteran of IT Managed Services and worked for the last twelve years with Technical Support International (TSI) of Foxboro, MA, most recently as its Chief Operating Officer.

Gary Welsh, who founded Welsh Consulting in 1984, relocated to California in 2010 and made the decision to sell the company as a result of this move. “In the two years since I relocated to California with my family, it has become clear to me that running a business long-distance is not a sustainable approach, for me or for the company,” he said. “I am confident that Charlie will continue to operate Welsh Consulting as we have operated it for the last 28 years – with a commitment to the highest quality of service and highest standards of technical excellence.”

The Welsh Consulting team, including Jason Baron, Director of Consulting Services; Dede Caswell, Director of Operations; Ben O’Dwyer, Director of Business Development; Ashley Maxam, Senior Project Coordinator and the network consultants will remain the same. Welsh Consulting will continue to be based in downtown Boston.


“Welsh Consulting has a phenomenal reputation in the greater Boston IT community,” states Ross.  “I am very excited to have the opportunity to lead the company and propel its future growth.  I look forward to working with the Welsh team to continue in our commitment to design, install and support the best IT systems for each and every client we serve.”


Welsh Consulting is a Boston-based IT consulting firm providing outsourced computer services, strategy, and support to Greater Boston businesses since 1984. Services include onsite, remote and helpdesk support. Independently owned and operated, Welsh Consulting is committed to sustainable business practices.  For more information, please visit  www.welsh.com.

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