Eagle Creek Software Services Names Jeff Brusseau Vice President, US Project Centers
2012 APR 20 - (VerticalNews.com) -- Eagle Creek Software Services, the largest United States-based IT consulting and technical services company specializing in Oracle CRM, business intelligence and enterprise software development, announced Jeff Brusseau has been named vice president of U.S. Project Centers where he has overall responsibility for the Pierre, S.D., Eden Prairie, Minn. and the recently opened Valley City, N.D. centers.
Brusseau has more than 25 years of senior management experience, including managing a national distribution services organization and business consulting organizations. Prior to joining Eagle Creek, Brusseau worked in the South Dakota Governor's Office for Economic Development where he managed business expansion and recruitment. He was also responsible for directing the University of South Dakota's business consulting outreach program.
"Jeff is joining our team as Eagle Creek opens our third project center," said Ken Behrendt, president of Eagle Creek. "We are pleased Jeff is leading our project centers and certain he will continue to ensure our customers receive the highest level of service."
Eagle Creek currently operates three U.S.-based project centers founded on its Dakota model, which places the company's facilities onshore but outside major, higher cost metropolitan areas. The Dakota Model utilizes a public-private strategic alliance between the company and the state governments of North Dakota and South Dakota to achieve consistency and sustainability in the recruitment, training and development of the company's Dakota-based consultants. About Eagle Creek Software Services Founded in 1999, Eagle Creek (Eden Prairie, Minn) is the largest United States-based IT consulting and technical services company specializing in Oracle CRM, business intelligence and enterprise software development. The company offers cost-effective, high quality software development and support services using its Dakota model, which locates three project centers in low-cost areas within the United States and utilizes a private-public strategic alliance with the state governments of North Dakota and South Dakota to train and place its more than 300 consultants. For more information, visit the company website at http://www.eaglecrk.com.
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