IntellPartners Adds Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Ian Stewart to Lead New European Operations
Microsoft Dynamics partner IntellPartners is no stranger to international expansion, and the firm has announced new plans to expand its middle market operations to Europe with new offices in London and Dublin. Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Ian Stewart will join on as the company's new president of European operations.
"IntellPartners is always looking for new opportunities," says Mariano Gomez, a fellow Microsoft MVP and the company's EVP of middle market solutions. "One of those opportunities is to expand our presence in the international market, especially in Europe."
In Ian Stewart, owner of Genesys Financial Systems, IntellPartners is picking up a specialist in multinational deployments of Dynamics GP. And from his home country of Ireland, Stewart also sees the benefits of joining forces with a trusted partner on another continent. Despite his success over the last eight years in managing global clients, it remains a challenge to staff projects and support remote geographies as quickly has he would like. He expects his efforts with IntellPartners to change that.
"We'll be one of the very few partners that has a strong European presence, which will be fairly unique and positive for my customers," says Stewart, who says many of his existing customers have US locations, as well as offices in countries like Singapore, Japan, and China.
Stewart emphasized that his new position with IntellPartners will not negatively impact Genesys clients. "We're going to great lengths to make sure our customers are comfortable," said Stewart, and that any long term transition of the organization to IntellPartners would be done carefully. "...
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