Digital Transformation

TheoremOne Announces Merger with S4Capital

TheoremOne®, an innovation and engineering partner to the Global 1000, will augment S4Capital’s technology consulting capabilities.

TheoremOne, a leader in agile, full-stack innovation, engineering, and dTheoremOne®, an innovation and engineering partner to the Global 1000, will augment S4Capital’s technology consulting capabilities.esign that helps major enterprises achieve strategic digital transformation, today announced its combination with S4Capital plc (SFOR.L), a technology-led digital advertising and marketing services company.

The merger will accelerate S4Capital’s transition into a technology and innovation firm, powered by the combination of art and science. As an innovation and engineering partner to the Global 1000, TheoremOne will play a critical role in this evolution.

As a result of the combination, TheoremOne will now have access to dozens of new capabilities including those in the media, content, data, and analytics verticals. The merger with S4Capital brings unique and innovative agencies into TheoremOne’s orbit including Media.Monks — a leader in branded digital experiences, content, and marketing data.

“We wanted a partner that could serve both as an accelerant for our growth and that was passionate about helping us disrupt the technology consulting ecosystem — joining forces with Media.Monks and S4Capital means we’ll be taking the field with some of the best talent in the world,” said Brady Brim-DeForest, CEO of TheoremOne. “The entrepreneurial, growth-focused culture at S4Capital is one where I’m confident our team will feel right at home.”

S4Capital plc (SFOR.L) is the tech-led, new age/new era digital advertising and marketing services company, established by Sir Martin Sorrell in May 2018. Its strategy is to build a purely digital advertising and marketing services business for global, multinational, regional, and local clients, as well as millennial-driven influencer brands. This will be achieved by integrating leading businesses in three practice areas: Content, Data&digital media, and Technology services, along with an emphasis on “faster, better, cheaper” executions in an always-on consumer-led environment, with a unitary structure.

Sir Martin Sorrell, S4Capital Executive Chairman said, “With the intersection of Marketing, Sales, and Information Technology continuing to be a key topic for brands and all C-suite executives, we at S4Capital are building a genuinely integrated offer for our clients comprising best-in-class technology services combined with content and data&digital media expertise. We are delighted to welcome Brady, Will, David, and their colleagues – their vision and ambition will no doubt be a great fit for us.”

TheoremOne will continue to operate autonomously and its leadership team will maintain operational control. Brim-DeForest will continue to serve as CEO, founder William Jessup as Head of Services, and David Kullmann as Head of Staffing and Embedded Teams. TheoremOne leadership will report directly to S4Capital’s Executive Committee with a broad mandate to continue to build its world-class capabilities and client base.

“We are thrilled to embark on the next phase of TheoremOne’s growth and development with our partners at Media.Monks and S4Capital,” said Will Jessup, TheoremOne Founder and Head of Services.

“We are excited to share our vision of disrupting the traditional consulting model with Media.Monks and S4Capital. Together, we will leverage TheoremOne’s capabilities to drive technology-enabled enterprise transformation. This unique merger will deliver exponential value to our joint client portfolio and beyond,” said David Kullmann, TheoremOne Partner and Head of Staffing Services.

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