Vector Planning & Services, Inc. Retains Strategic Business Advisor, The Miller Group

Vector Planning and Services, Inc. (VPSI) a privately-held company founded in 1997, recently announced that it has engaged The Miller Group (TMG) to provide strategic business advice and assistance aligned to future growth opportunities. VPSI’s services include Cyber Security, Information Technology, Systems Engineering and Integration, and Program & Financial Management services.

VPSI, located in San Diego, California, provides services and solutions found in support of warfighters across the world. VPSI’s services include cyber security, information technology, systems engineering and integration services, and program and financial management services. VPSI’s CEO, Paul Ilg, said that the decision to engage The Miller Group was based on TMG’s strong business and financial track record working with middle-market companies. Ilg noted that “Our senior staff will have the opportunity to work directly with Rudy R. Miller, founder of TMG, “to jointly execute a plan to add private sector clients to our current impressive list of government agencies. Plus, TMG will assist us in developing joint venture opportunities with potential private company partners.”

Rudy R. Miller, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of TMG, said his firm is pleased to have been selected by VPSI for this assignment. The firm is excited to bring its knowledge and experience to VPSI. The Miller Group, established in 1972, is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. TMG is comprised of affiliated companies Miller Capital Corporation, Miller Investments, Inc., and Miller Management Corporation. TMG offers a broad range of services, including venture capital and private equity investing, debt financing, financial advisory, and management consulting to public and private middle-market companies throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.

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