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30 November 2016

Percipient Continues Sage Team Growth

Percipient Continues Sage Team Growth

Percipient are happy to announce another exciting addition to the Sage X3 team with the hire of Paul Burdon, who joins Percipient as Senior Consultant

On graduation from university, Paul began his career in IT providing 2nd/3rd Line support to the engineers working at Steeper. After a series of promotions Paul found he could add the most value to the business after taking on the role of IT Project and Support Manager. This role allowed him to take control of the company’s IT infrastructure and software including their Sage 500 ERP system delivering key improvements on time and within budget. One major benefit that was delivered under the tenure of Paul was taking the business from Sage Line 500 to Sage X3. As project manager, he was able to lead the implementation for Steeper making sure the solution being delivered by their Sage Partner met all the requirements and that they were in a strong position to be self-reliant on go live. With the system now mature at Steeper, Paul now seeks the new challenge of becoming a Senior Consultant at Percipient. He believes the experience he has gained from his time at Steeper puts him in a great position to understand what customers want from their Sage Partner allowing him to deliver solutions that deliver significant improvements to Percipient’s customers.

Paul commented “I’m excited to be joining the Sage X3 team at Percipient. They really believe in Sage X3 and are committed to its rapid growth in the UK market. I am looking forward to pushing myself and to progress my Sage career at Percipient helping our customers get the best from the product.” 

Dan Clibbens – Solutions Architect – Percipient “I’m delighted to have Paul on board with us here at Percipient. He’s a really exciting addition to our team and I can’t wait to see how he meets the challenges that lie ahead for him. He is a safe pair of hands who understands what the customer wants.” 

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