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Ben Thorp Joins NIMBL as Vice President of Business Development

Ben Thorp joins NIMBL’s management team as Vice President of Business Development. Bringing over 12 years of technology-focused business development experience, Ben’s expertise, leadership, and proven performance bring a new and exciting sales dimension to NIMBL’s award-winning brand.

As one of CDW Corporation’s leading sales executives responsible for over $100m in revenue across a multiple state region, Ben brings a depth of sales executive leadership needed within NIMBL to get it to the next level. As a regional manager within multiple areas at CDW, Ben was responsible for driving significant revenue growth through his sales leadership. At NIMBL, Ben will similarly be focused on two primary areas: generating SAP professional services opportunities and driving NIMBL’s SAP Software reseller (including HANA) business unit.

“I am thrilled to be joining the NIMBL family: an incredible company with a first class reputation,” said Ben with a smile. “After over 12 years with CDW, I wanted to ensure my next career move was perfect. NIMBL possesses all of the right ingredients: strong leadership, bright employees, amazing clients, and huge market potential. I am absolutely ecstatic about our future.”

“We are very excited about bringing Ben on-board,” said Yosh Eisbart, CEO and Co-Founder. “Having his experience, IT knowledge, drive, and passion for serving his customers makes him a perfect fit to the NIMBL culture. We are lucky to have someone of Ben’s caliber join the team.”

About NIMBL:

NIMBL is North America's leading SAP Technologists. Privately-held and nationally-recognized, NIMBL is an award-winning SAP professional services firm focused on high-value high-impact technical consulting. Powered by years of SAP expertise, countless hands-on initiatives, and industry thought-leadership - NIMBL provides bleeding-edge technical SAP consulting services (including SAP Solution Manager, Integration, and TDMS) and cost-effective SAP Application Management Services (Denver-based remote SAP consulting services) to both the mid-market and Fortune 500. Our business model focuses on creative, cost-effective, and nimble delivery providing maximum value to customers eliminating the traditional chains associated with the inflexible institutional Big-4 behemoths. Possessing deep vertical expertise across a wide spectrum of industries - our clients include brand names such as ExxonMobil, Nestle, Cintas, TOMS, Crocs, and PepsiCo. Founded in 2009 and with offices in Denver and Houston, NIMBL has experienced exponential growth since inception and emerged as one of the industry's most highly sought-after SAP stars.

Forward-Looking and Cautionary Statements

Statements contained in this release may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements involve a number of risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially. NIMBL undertakes neither intention nor obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements. NIMBL and the NIMBL logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of NIMBL, LLC. Copyright© 2014.

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