Welcoming Two New Members to the BP3 Team

  • May 4, 2009
  • Scott

We’ve been working hard on Putting the Band Back Together over the last 2 years. I’m happy to say we’ve just added two new members to the team that have a long, successful history deploying BPM solutions, but who were ready for a new chapter in their careers after writing successful prior chapters.

Pavan is someone we’ve worked with on-and-off for the last 4 years, and he’s had successful deployments both with us and without us during that time, as he was one of the foremost experts on the ground in BPM at BearingPoint.  He’s deployed Lombardi solutions but also worked with other vendor products, and he’s one of those guys you can always count on in a pinch. I’ve been talking to Pavan quite literally for over a year looking for the right opportunity to bring him on board.

Wade is another guy we’ve worked with on-and-off over the last 4 years, and when I found out he was leaving his previous role, we jumped at the chance to bring him on board.  He was the technical lead for a major insurance company’s BPM efforts, and has additional experience with significant IT apps at that firm and at previous firms.  He adds to our insurance expertise, but also brings a wealth of BPM experience to the table.

Both of these guys are the kind of people you’re proud to work with, and proud to have on your team.  They can play more than one role, and yet when push comes to shove they can solve hard problems with software.  They’ll be helping us out with a major project right off the bat, and we couldn’t be happier to have them on the team.  When we say we’re putting the band back together, these are the kind of guys we want on our team-  experience in the school of hard knocks, time in the trenches of BPM deployments, prior experience with other applications and integrations, and maturity.

Welcome aboard, guys!

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