Frank brings unique perspective and expertise to the ERP business. Acting as a trusted advisor, Frank has guided organizations of all sizes and in all industries, enabling them to establish a technology presence and expand their business through technology. With a proven ability to analyze the current and future plans of a company and work with team members to subsequently bring technology solutions to the organization, he gains results for businesses’ in improved processes and controls that assure continued growth and profitability.
Frank is able to leverage his degree in Accounting from Miami University, with 8 years in the certified public accounting world and more than 30 years in the financial and business software industry to help clients find exactly the right solution to fit their needs.
From his previous experience and background in accounting, Frank brings a fresh perspective to ERP clients. He understands from a business perspective what clients need to continue growing their company and the solutions needed to improve processes and controls. Frank has worked extensively with Sage, Epicor and Microsoft products focused on financials, distribution and manufacturing.
When Frank is not at e2b teknologies or visiting with partners, he enjoys cheering on all Cleveland sports teams.
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Traditional, on-premises software was not designed to satisfy today’s business needs. Legacy software was designed to support a highly centralized and static business environment that didn’t have to contend with change on an ongoing basis. The on-premises software of the past required a substantial upfront investment in license fees and put the burden of success
The healthcare industry remains on the cutting edge because it gets introduced to the newest technologies first. As patients demand more from their providers and providers demand more from their technology, healthcare ERP is driving the healthcare industry in ways never imagined. Arising, in part, from the need to establish a more cost-effective approach to