CARMEL, IN–(Marketwired – Aug 11, 2014) – Blue Horseshoe, a privately held solution services and software development firm in Carmel, Indiana, has added 13 new employees to the Enterprise team since the start of this year.
Brandon Busby, Ryan Higaki, Trevor Horn, Nicholas Neidig and Jane Lockshin will be joining the Colorado office. Samuel Gilmore, Valdis Kremers, Amanda Ogden, Michael Rogers, Quankun Gu, Matthew Reisdorf and Casey Thompson will be joining the Indiana office, and David Holmes joins the Ohio office.
Blue Horseshoe’s Enterprise practice focuses on selling and implementing tier one software applications that enable companies to become more effective and efficient in all areas of their enterprise. Our project teams work with our customers to define the best solution, and then construct and execute the detailed plan that will ensure the project’s success. From Financials to Procurement to Inventory to Order Management, our enterprise consultants understand all modules and aspects of Enterprise Application implementations.
About Blue Horseshoe
Blue Horseshoe is a privately held solution services firm based in North America (with offices in Carmel, Indiana, Columbus, Ohio and Denver, Colorado), providing Enterprise & Supply Chain Applications, System Design and Implementation, as well as Strategy & Management Consulting services to Fortune 500 and mid-market businesses throughout the world.
Created by a group of seasoned business leaders with over two decades of unique business, engineering, and supply chain experience; we are committed to being a different kind of consulting organization. We are consulting professionals, not professional consultants. We assess business needs and apply world-class business applications to improve profitability and increase efficiency.
For more information call 317.573.2583 or visit www.bhsolutions.com.
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