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Organizational changes strengthen Baesis Inc.

Northborough – Baesis Inc. announced recently some organizational changes that will further bolster its Sage 100 ERP practice.

Steven Rosendahl has been promoted to vice president of professional services and Christianna Dorsey has been appointed director of professional services.

“We know this further energizes our Sage 100 ERP practice by the promotion of Steve and the addition of Christianna,” said Frank Leonard, the company’s president. “These changes will allow us to better serve our Sage 100 ERP customer base as well as help the organization meet its corporate goals and objectives.”

Rosendahl’s responsibilities will now include all aspects of a client’s migration to and integration of Sage 100 ERP, JobOps, Sage 50 Quantum, and MISys. He will oversee the consultant team as they implement and train clients on new software.

Dorsey will be responsible for working with new and existing Sage 100 ERP customers.  Having been in the ERP industry since 1992, she’s worked extensively with Sage 100 ERP (formerly MAS 90/200), Sage 50 (formerly Peachtree), RealWorld, and ACCPAC.

Baesis is a value-added reseller of a full line of leading-edge technology products and services for small- to medium-sized manufacturers, enabling them to build more efficient business models, maximize their technology investments and eliminate the confusion of working with multiple service providers.

Servicing New England, New York and New Jersey, Baesis Inc. specializes in accounting and manufacturing software sales, service and support and are Infor Visual partners, Sage 100 ERP partners, a Top 21 Sage 50 Platinum reseller, JobOps Solution Provider, and a top 6 MISys reseller and implementation partner. For more information, visit www.baesis.com.

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