LBMC Hires Industry Veteran To Expand Presence In Cloud ERP And CRM Markets

Friday, March 8, 2019
Bryan Wilton
Bryan Wilton

LBMC announces the addition of Bryan Wilton, former president of Columbus US, who will be joining the award-winning Technology Solutions Division as vice president.

Mr. Wilton comes to LBMC from Columbus US, where he helped both enterprise and mid-market customers across the United States transform their business organizations with leading edge technologies. Mr. Wilton brings over 23 years of experience in the industry and has held multiple industry leadership and consulting positions throughout his tenured career as a Microsoft business solutions consultant. Prior to that, he spent 17 years in public accounting. 

“Companies understand that managing growth and expansion requires real-time visibility and control of their finances, inventory and operations,” said Mr. Wilton. “I am thrilled to help LBMC Technology Solutions continue to establish their national reputation as a preferred technology solutions provider focused on helping small and mid-sized businesses throughout the U.S. with their digital transformation."

LBMC Technology Solutions was recently ranked the largest technology services firm in Middle Tennessee by the Nashville Business Journal for a second year in a row, as well as receiving the Bob Scott’s 2018 VAR Stars designation for the eighth year in a row for its growth, industry leadership, recognition and innovation. With a focus on helping companies improve outdated processes and systems to streamline operations and drive efficiency, LBMC has attracted companies from all 50 states and across a variety of verticals markets such as healthcare, manufacturing, retail, food and beverage to name a few, said officials. 

“We see a tremendous opportunity to help our clients in their digital transformation journeys,” said LBMC Technology Solutions’ President, Stacy Schuettler. “Bryan and I have known each other for many years and his extensive industry experience and expertise in helping customers implement both cloud-based and traditional ERP, CRM and Business Analytics will expand our team’s ability to serve more clients in this market.”

To learn more about LBMC Technology Solutions visit https://www.lbmctech.com/resources/success-stories

 


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