|By Business Wire||
|May 28, 2014 05:57 PM EDT||
eVerge Group is pleased to announce that Bill Melley has joined the company as director of business development focusing on EPM, BI and CRM solutions.
Bill Melley (Photo: Business Wire)
Mr. Melley brings more than 20 years of software and business solutions consulting experience for Fortune 1000 companies. He began his career as an implementation consultant and grew his expertise into business development roles targeting mainly manufacturing, financial services and healthcare companies. Just prior to joining eVerge Group, he was responsible for business development focusing on Oracle products in the northeastern United States for Hitachi Consulting.
In his new role, Mr. Melley will continue to specialize in Oracle solutions but will also sell Salesforce Sales Cloud. “Bill brings years of demonstrated expertise to our growing business development team,” said eVerge Group CEO Esteban Neely. “Our customers expect knowledgeable partners who understand their needs, and Bill will certainly deliver.” Mr. Melley will focus on clients located in the northeastern United States.
About eVerge Group
Founded in 1993, eVerge Group is a leading integrator of business applications software, focused on delivering Business Intelligence, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Master Data Management (MDM) solutions. With longevity and focused expertise in both commercial and public sector markets, eVerge Group partners with Oracle and Salesforce.com to implement software solutions in leading organizations throughout the Americas. For more information on eVerge Group, visit www.evergegroup.com.
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