Red Clay Consulting Finishes 2007 Strong with 67% Growth

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Newly earned Microsoft Dynamics CRM Competency, Microsoft training certifications and addition to executive management team prime Red Clay for record year in 2008.

Red Clay Consulting, a CRM services company that implements Microsoft and Pivotal software for small and medium-sized companies, today announced revenue growth of 67% in 2007 over 2006. During the fourth quarter of 2007, the company also attained Certified Partner Status in the Microsoft Partner Program and further distinguished itself by earning a Microsoft Competency in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

"With an already nationally-recognized Pivotal CRM practice, we're excited about our progress in expanding our Microsoft Dynamics CRM business unit. Both offerings, Pivotal CRM and Microsoft Dynamics CRM, present opportunities to exceed our aggressive goals for 2008," said Mike Cocroft, founder of Red Clay.

Strengthening an already deep staff, the company also added additional training certifications in Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and further bolstered Red Clay's executive management team with the addition of Jim Jacobs as Vice President of Business Development. Jacobs most recently held senior management positions at WebMD, Healtheon, and ActaView. Jacobs will lead sales and business development efforts at Red Clay.

"We're extremely proud of our staff's commitment to professional development. Their diligence keeps Red Clay current on technical certification and best practices," said Cocroft "We're equally excited about Jim Jacobs' position on our management team. Jim brings years of industry expertise that will be invaluable to our company."

Red Clay's roster of clients includes Southern Company, Beazer Homes, Intuit, Masonite, and Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta.

About Red Clay Consulting:
Founded in 2001, Atlanta-based Red Clay Consulting implements and integrates Microsoft and Pivotal Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems. With breadth across multiple vendor systems, Red Clay's clients range in size from small manufacturers to super-regional investor-owned utilities. For more information about Red Clay, visit


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