Kayrehn, I presume Jeff responded to you based on your email to DCG?
Anyhow, a few seconds with google shows
Jeffrey M. Buzzerio
Jeff has established and successfully executed business plans in up and down markets by developing high-performing teams and utilizing state-of-the-art leadership methods. He has led a succession of turnaround situations which resulted in exceptional financial returns as well as positioning the business for future growth. He brings a depth of expertise in architecting finance strategy, as well as implementing process and technology solutions in planning and forecasting, performance management, and business intelligence. Jeff’s interim management assignments have successfully transitioned companies into their new management teams, allowing their continued growth and expansion. With more than 20 years of various industry experience, Jeff has worked in multiple industry sectors, including manufacturing, distribution and electronics. Jeff has a BS degree in Accounting and an MBA in International Business from Johnson & Wales University and is a member of the Turnaround Management Association.
Well, Principals was spelled correctly on the web page, but incorrectly in the URL. Nice attention to detail, not, but I suppose they're too busy turning around distressed companies to worry about spelling.
Jeffrey M. Buzzerio
phone: +1 401 864 email@example.com
Keep hope alive, brother.
$20MM Bicycle Manufacturer
Interim CEO European Operations, Turnaround Consultant
European Operations of this Manufacturer was losing in excess of $5MM/year. The company had not hit target budgeted Sales or Gross Margin in over 4 years. We stepped in and took immediate control. Cut overall operating costs by 25%; increased sales by 30%; & increased gross margin by 15%. Company lost less than $1MM year immediate after our intervention and was break even through mid-year following year.
Perhaps Strategic Alliances, Ltd. was hired by DCG to handle (at least) Mad Fiber.
Many businesses today face challenges in understanding the complex environment in which they operate. From start-ups and entrepreneurial firms to well-established companies, they find themselves struggling to adapt to change. A lack of adequate financing, management skill sets, business development or corporate structure may contribute to these substantial challenges.
The company seems to be two dudes and a website (plus maybe some clerical help or low level flunkies). You should feel honored to have received a personal reply from one of the two people at the top rung of the firm.