Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting invited to Sage MAS 90 Product Advisory Council
Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting, Inc. is pleased to announce it has been invited to participate in the MAS 90 Product Advisory Council by Sage Business Solutions.
The Product Advisory Council (PAC) comprises Sage partners and is focused on Sage’s product related issues. The primary role of PAC members is to support the long-term success of Sage’s products through the validation of product plans and designs. In addition, PAC members are a resource to product management, designers/business analysts, UCD, developers and other groups that require product related feedback. Susan Dunn, principal, is VBCC’s representative for the Council.
“We are honored to be part of the Product Advisory Council and excited for the opportunity to work with several of Sage’s leading partners,” said Dunn. “We also look forward to offering our hand in enhancing Sage’s already impressive product line, which has played an integral role in the success of Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting.”
As VBCC’s representative, Dunn will actively participate in PAC meetings, product surveys, design reviews, beta/controlled release programs, and other activities. She is also responsible for providing constructive feedback and guidance on Sage’s product line, as well as strategic recommendations about the long-term direction of products. VBCC’s PAC membership covers the remainder of 2010 and could extend through 2011.
Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting, Inc. is a regional software consulting firm based in Brookfield, Wisconsin, with employees located throughout Wisconsin and northern Illinois. The firm is resellers of Sage MAS 90 ERP, Sage MAS 200 ERP, Sage BusinessWorks, Sage PFW, Sage FAS, Peachtree by Sage and JobOps Software. The firm has also developed its own products for shop floor data collection. The firm services clients throughout the Untied States. Vrakas/Blum Computer Consulting, Inc. is affiliated with Vrakas/Blum S.C., a full-service CPA and Business Advisory firm.
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