Peter Joeckel has been a leader in mid-market ERP (enterprise resource planning) since 1986 when his company installed some of the first network based manufacturing systems in the country.
As a business owner, Peter built and eventually sold one of the fastest growing and forward thinking value-added software dealerships in the country. Its success was fueled by innovative software selection techniques and an outstanding project delivery team. He sold the organization in 1999 to an e-commerce provider when it had grown from zero to $6 million in annual revenue with more than three hundred customers and 45 employees in less than three years.
Peter began his ERP consulting career while working in a manufacturing systems consulting group. His education and early work experience put him in a position to see the potential for PC based manufacturing systems for small and medium sized companies. Since that time, he has assisted in the selection and implementation of hundreds of ERP solutions. He has been recognized for his ability to match the right solution for a customer’s needs rather than “pushing boxes of software.”
Today, Peter focuses on helping companies select and implement ERP solutions by using advanced tools and processes that increase the likelihood of successful projects. His goal is to continue to improve those tools and processes to build value for customers and provide a smooth transition from the selection to implementation process.
He is a 1981 graduate of Columbia University, New York, New York, with a B.S. degree in industrial engineering and operations research.
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A leading ERP consultant for the greater Dallas Area, Kim Berger works as ERP implementation specialist and project manager – primarily for small and medium businesses (SMBs). She wears different hats in the ever-changing technology sector, largely because she continuously keeps current with technology changes in her field. Her long list of capabilities includes custom report writing, database analysis and ERP implementation.
To meet the massive changes that have occurred in the past 22 years during the information technology boom companies have relied on visionaries who understand and embrace rapidly changing hardware, software and data management systems. Kim has played that visionary role for numerous companies over the past two decades.
Kim is known by her colleagues for being extremely dedicated, very easy to work with and has developed a loyal base of repeat clients, who often ask for her to personally handle their requirements because of her ability to provide practical knowledge of functional design alternatives and explain the implications of each approach. Kim listens to her client’s needs while having the ability to quickly grasp the issues at hand and solve them. All the while being able to translate “geek-speak” into language that is easily understandable by a non-technical audience. Described as calm and patient, Kim also enjoys a challenge, rising to the occasion when deadlines and emergencies arise.
Kim took a two pronged approach to her education, obtaining her degree from Red River College in business accounting & administration. She also holds multiple Microsoft Dynamics certifications.