• December 14, 2018

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  • Larry Dube

    Larry Dube1 Posts

    I founded Precision Solutions Group, a leader in integrated managed services, in 2003 with Terrie Tadsen and Ed Kelly. I currently manage our Support Services team in addition to my responsibilities as president of PSGi. Prior to my tenure at PSGi, I held a variety of customer support management roles within Marcam Corporation, which eventually became known as Baan Process Solutions. While at Marcam and Baan, I established successful new teams for tool development, technical services and technical support. As Vice President of Global Customer Support for Baan, I also helped increased overall worldwide customer satisfaction from 43% to 95%. I started my career creating ERP software. In my current role as President of PSGi, I am able to draw on my deep manufacturing industry and manufacturing software experience. I know what it’s like to address inventory, planning/scheduling and distribution changes while juggling application customer support. My real world experience helps me deliver business operation consulting and IT services and support that deliver measurable improvements in operational efficiency for our clients in chemical, manufacturing, pharmaceutical/biomedical, consumer products and food and beverage companies. A leader in integrated managed services, PSGi combines manufacturing process expertise with in-depth knowledge of the IBM i platform. By providing comprehensive services, we help companies optimize business applications, obtain flexible IT support and extend the capabilities and life of applications through add-on software solutions.

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