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SDLC Partners L.P. announced that Candice Graytok has joined the team as Human Resource Manager, supporting the following sub-practice areas of Technology Solutions: Application Development, Requirements Management, BQA, and QA Testing. In this role, Candice will be providing dedicated HR support to Technology Solutions practice with a focus on performance management, employee and leader training and development, as well as cultural advancements to drive retention.

SDLC’s Director of Talent and Organization Development, Katherine Waltz, is excited about her decision to join the team. “Having Candice on board is a key step in the evolution of this Human Resources Function. I am excited for the experience, leadership, and capabilities that she will bring to SDLC,” said Katherine.

Candice brings over 8 years of experience in the areas of staffing, recruiting, and employee relations. Her most recent role as the Senior Human Resources Representative was at Kennametal Inc., where she held several roles with increasing responsibilities over her 7 year tenure with them. In her most recent role, Candice was responsible for four different manufacturing facilities in the metallurgical division. Candice received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from St. Vincent’s College and her MBA from Seton Hill.

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 [email protected].

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