NexTec Group to Add SAGE

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: September 23, 2011

NexTec Group to Add SAGE

On September 23, 2011, NexTec Group, a prominent technology firm that specializes in ERP and CRM solutions, announced that it would be adding Chris William to its team as an Application/Pre-Sales Consultant.

Chris William has more than 12 years of combined experience with various manufacturing and service organizations. He has served as a project manager and senior consultant on more than a dozen Sage ERP X3 implementations for many different sectors, including the Medical, Food, Electronics, and Pharmaceutical industries. He also has a great deal of Sage ERP X3 knowledge related to warehouse management, manufacturing, quality control, planning and distribution.

Eric Frank, the President of NexTec Group, released a short public statement about the new hire. He stated, “Chris brings a deep knowledge of Sage ERP X3 in addition to his lengthy experience in distribution and manufacturing. Adding someone of Chris’ talent and integrity to the NexTec team is another great step in achieving our strategic initiative to be the leading consulting firm for Sage ERP X3 in the US.”

NexTec Group currently has over 60 employees in 7 separate offices located around the world. They produce a wide range of products related to customer relationship management (CRM), forecasting and planning, budgeting, and enterprise resource planning (CRM).

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