The resignation of Matt Camden, who has headed Clifton Gunderson’s technology business for the last eight years, spurred a lot of inquires about its true meaning.

What happened to Camden, who has served as chief technology officer since 2000? What does this mean about the involvement of regional firms in technology? The quick answer is the parting looks amicable. Camden says that Clifton Gunderson Technology Solutions will end the year in May with $13 million in revenue, beating budget by $1 million. People don’t generally get run out of town for that. He also headed internal technology and the consulting business. That’s a bad model for large firms.

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