We are pleased to announce that Laurie Stanwick has joined our Sage Business Team to head up Sales. Laurie comes with many years’ experience in Sage and brings incredible value and knowledge that will help us continue to grow our Sage business.
Laurie joins Percipient after working for Sage in their direct sales team and has known Chris Stock, Percipient MD, for 4 years. Laurie has worked with us and members of the team on many previous accounts and opportunities.
I managed to catch up with Laurie briefly in the office in between his calls, meetings and demos to chat about his thoughts on joining us here at Percipient.
“I see this as a great opportunity to do what I love most, and that is selling value and growing and supporting our customers’ businesses. The Percipient team are incredibly dedicated and have a great work ethic. They care about their customers and create great relationships with them. It is wonderful to be able to be part of this.
I am excited about growing the Sage Business for Percipient over the coming months and years and really see the great potential that the Sage Enterprise product, X3 has as it develops and expands further into different industry verticals. Percipient will be launching a unique Sage offering in the coming weeks and are starting to take more and more customers into the Cloud. I am joining at an exciting time of Percipient’s growth” says Laurie.
Laurie joined the Percipient team this week at the Sage Summit UK which was held in London. We have all come back incredibly energized and excited about the Sage X3 roadmap and version 11 and some of the other products in Business Intelligence and Analytics; SEI (Sage Enterprise Intelligence) and SDMA (Sage Data Management and Analytics).
Chris Stock, Percipient MD “Sage X3 in a key area of growth for Percipient over the coming years and with Laurie’s Sage experience and solution knowledge we are delighted to have him on board to help drive that growth.”
Welcome to the Percipient team Laurie!
Sian Dykins | Marketing Manager
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