Sage X3 business partner Inixion has appointed Andrew Cairns to the newly created role of Operations Manager following a period of continued growth.
Andrew joined Inixion 4 years ago as a Project Manager. With over 19 years of ERP project management and 8 years of experience working with Sage X3, Andrew will now be responsible for all operational matters and the Inixion Sage X3 project management team.
Ian Bromley, Managing Director, commented:
“Since its inception in 2006, Inixion has continued to grow organically; with an increasing Sage X3 customer base and growing team of Sage X3 Professionals to assist and support them. This evolution in our structure will ensure Inixion continues to deliver to the highest levels of Sage X3 implementation and support.
During his time as a Project Manager Andrew has shown his capabilities to manage and deliver complex Sage X3 projects with multi-functional teams. We’re proud to be able to promote talent internally.”
Andrew Cairns, Operations Manager, commented:
“When I started with Inixion 4 years ago I was looking to work with a highly respected Sage X3 partner, where I could expand my knowledge of the Sage X3 product through working with a great team. I’m excited about this new opportunity which will help to bring Inixion into a new era of further growth.”
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