Lawson Software, a global provider of enterprise software applications, has appointed three new members to its sales teams in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney to support Lawson’s growth strategies across the Australian and New Zealand markets.
Andrew Casey has been appointed to the Melbourne-based position of solution consultant across Australia and New Zealand. In this role he will be responsible for analysing prospective customer requirements within the distribution and manufacturing industry sectors, as well as for those wishing to implement customer relationship management (CRM) solutions.
Casey has over 10 years’ experience working in the ERP space, during which time he has developed an acute understanding of the local market. Prior to joining Lawson, Casey held positions including national sales manager and senior pre-sales consultant at Sage International. He also previously worked as a pre-sales consultant at Baan Business Systems, as well as a senior systems consultant at Soft Centre.
Steven Craft joins Lawson’s Brisbane office as a maintenance/MRO consultant. In this role he will be responsible for aligning industry maintenance processes with Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) vertical market projects across Australia and New Zealand.
Craft brings many years of experience to Lawson through roles he has held in industries such as the defence force as a RAAF aircraft technician and data manager; a strategy based maintenance developer for mining giant, BHP Billiton; and member of the maintenance teams for Queensland Rail and Queensland Health where he worked extensively with ERP systems including those from SAP and Mincom.
Daniel Perry has been appointed to the Sydney-based position of senior account executive responsible for new business development in the Food & Beverage (F&B) industry sector across Australia.
Perry has over five years’ sales experience, which is combined with an extensive background in professional services and IT management. He has worked in many F&B industry roles including an IT management position at Mobile Quix Food Stores.
More recently he was state manager NSW/ACT at TechnologyOne, and previously professional services manager (Oracle Applications) for Professional Advantage.
Andrew, Steven and Daniel bring great talent and industry expertise to Lawson, as Lawson continues to attract the ERP (enterprise resource planning), Lawson is confident that it will deliver on strategies that will make Lawson even more popular in this region.