New Office Will Serve The Asia/Pacific Region
Minneapolis, MN, May 10, 2011– Logic Information Systems, Inc. has opened its newest office in Australia, appointing Brad Kliegl as Managing Director. Logic provides its retail customers with implementation and optimization services for the entire Oracle Retail® suite of applications, and Kliegl brings more than thirteen years of experience delivering successful results with these systems to customers throughout North America, Europe and Australia. Kliegl’s background includes ten years with Accenture and IBM before joining Logic three years ago.
Logic’s Australian office is its fourth expansion outside of the U.S. since 2005. The company also has development and delivery centers in India, Brazil and Portugal. In addition to its new presence in Australia, Logic will be able to leverage the company’s global resources to bring competitively priced, world-class services to the Asia/Pacific region.
“Brad brings a great background in global implementation experience to his new position as managing director of our Asia/Pacific office,” said Chris Tollefson, Logic’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “He was the logical choice to head up our Australian office when we decided to put our stake in the ground here. Having recently led a team that delivered an end-to-end merchandising and planning project for one of Australia’s largest retailers, Brad is well-positioned to grow our office and business in this region.”
Founded in 1997, Logic is a gold level member of the Oracle Partner Network. The company has expanded worldwide and grown revenue 65% over the past three years.
Logic Information Systems, Inc. partners with retailers around the world to help them achieve their vision of success with Oracle Retail applications. Logic offers retail optimization and systems implementation services to help its customers realize efficiencies, increase quality, improve service and enhance profitability. The company is headquartered in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area and has offices in India, Brazil, Portugal and now Australia. For more information go to www.logicinfo.com.
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