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RKL eSolutions Expands X3 Practice, Adds NetSuite


Long-time Sage North America partner RKL eSolutions has hired new staff to support its growing Sage ERP X3 business, while adding cloud-ERP and financial management NetSuite to its product listings.

RKL eSolutions has added former Sage senior manager Brian Williams and seasoned X3 user William (Bill) Wilson to its Sage X3 consulting team as the firm has experienced “dynamic growth” in this product area. The firm also represents Sage 100 and 500 ERP.

“Our Sage X3 practice is exploding and Brian [Williams] is a seasoned implementation guy that worked directly for Sage. He’s been working with Sage X3 even before it broke into the North American market so his product knowledge is unmatched.” said RKL eSolutions president Joe Noll. He also noted that Wilson, Sage X3 experience as an end user.

"Bill's former company was running Sage X3 so he brings tons of experience in all key areas of the product – implementation, product use, and customization. He has an extensive background in custom development and has touched every piece of Sage ERP X3 as a result of his own daily use. It's the kind of 'walked a mile in your shoes' experience that will generate immediate rapport with clients."

Noll also noted that the firm recently became a NetSuite partner and does plan on having a focused team to support sales and implementation of that product as well.

“We will be moving some of our team into the NetSuite space and looking to hire some,” said Noll. “We are excited about where we are positioned today and headed in the future.”

Other recent notable NetSuite partner signings are expected to be announced later this week.


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