Donna worked in Municipal Government for 14 years in Massachusetts (6 years with Littleton Light and Water Dept. and 8 years with Concord Municipal Light Plant) as a Business Manager/Accountant prior to joining Harris Computer Systems as an Application Consultant. She first worked with Harris from 1997 to 2000 implementing the Financial and CIS package at that time. She left Harris to do independent consulting and was hired by WPPI (Wisconsin Public Power Inc.) in 2001 to 2004. WPPI is a joint action agency for 30 plus Municipal Electric, Water and Gas agencies. She was hired as a Project Manager to help implement the NorthStar CIS application to 30 of their customers. In 2004, she returned to Harris Computer Systems as an Application Consultant Implementing the NorthStar CIS product and in 2010, she started implementing the Cayenta Financial system as part of the NorthStar package.
When she is not working, Donna enjoys cooking, reading, working in her vegetable garden, and spending time with her family.
We always appreciate it when customers take the time to write in to recognize occasions when our employees go above and beyond; we call this feature “Customer Buzz.” After receiving permission from the customer, we post their comments on our Blog and What Clients Say About Us page.
Pat Weber, Finance Director for the City of Billings, MT
, wrote in to thank Bailey and other ERP team members for report training:
"Bailey, I want to thank you again. You did a great job with the training as I have got nothing but thanks from the City staff for the report training. You, Robert, Dave and Charisse have been great to work with and have been very dedicated to getting the City moving in the right direction with regards to Innoprise."
Do you have a customer buzz story you’d like to share? If so, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to the City of Frederick, MD!
We're happy to announce that the City of Frederick, Maryland is now live on Innoprise Financials. This is the City's second Innoprise implementation; it has been running the Innoprise Community Development module since November 2010.
The City of Frederick is the hub of arts, culture, commerce and government within Frederick County. Located less than an hour from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD, Frederick is the second largest city in Maryland with 65,000 residents. Frederick offers a balanced and thriving economy, a highly educated workforce, and a quality of life that is nothing short of enviable.
Top 5 Reasons to Attend the Innoprise User Group Meeting
Here are the top five reasons you should put the event on your calendar today!
5 – Make Lasting Connections
No person is an island. Connecting with each other improves productivity and creates ongoing learning opportunities long after the event comes to a close. There is no better opportunity to ask questions, share best practices, learn new tips and tricks, mingle with senior staff, and get to know your peers than at the 2012 Innoprise User Group.
4 – Glimpse the Future
Be the first to know and hear it from the horse’s mouth: Bryce (Vice President of R&D) will reveal the Innoprise product roadmap for 2012 and beyond; Dennis (Executive Vice President) will explain why our motto this year is “Accelerate,” and what that means for you (don’t worry, it’s a good thing!).
3 – Accelerate Your Learning
We’re packing 24 sessions into a day and a half, providing you with an extensive choice of round table discussions, technical training, and recent or upcoming enhancements to Innoprise products ranging from Tax, Financials, Payroll, CIS, Community Development, and more.
2 – Take It With You
Don’t keep all that you’ve learned to yourself – take it home and share the newly-found insights, processes and tips with others in your organization, thus increasing the value of your software investment.
1 – Embrace the Opportunity
Where else can you receive more than 10 hours of training for the bargain price of $300? You’ll save over $1,000* just by attending!
*compared to our regular hourly rate of $165.