We are very excited to have Peter join our team.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) July 10, 2008
Destiny Solutions Incorporated, the industry-leading provider of enterprise software & solutions for Continuing Education, today announced that it has named Peter DeVries as its Vice President of Operations. Peter will oversee the company's operational teams including product development, client support, and professional services.
Peter joins Destiny after more than 20 years of operational experience providing strong practical expertise in creating operational efficiencies at companies experiencing rapid growth. Most recently, Peter managed a large development team located in both India and Canada for Human Capital Management solutions at Infor (Workbrain). His prior experience includes successful roles at software companies including: The Bulldog Group, Blockade Systems, and Necho Systems. Peter's focus on Agile and Lean methodologies, along with other leading industry practices, has enabled him to create highly successful operational teams.
"Peter was selected to fill this role due to his strong skills and proven track record managing teams through a company's growth. His focus on implementing best practices within both internal and client facing teams will allow Destiny to continue to deliver high quality software products to the market while maintaining our exceptional levels of customer satisfaction in both delivery and support," said Shaul Kuper, President and CEO of Destiny Solutions. "We are very excited to have Peter join our team."
Peter will assume his new role on July 1st 2008. He will be based in the company's headquarters in Toronto, Ontario.
About Destiny Solutions Inc.
Destiny Solutions Inc. is the creator of Destiny OneCE™: the First Strategic CE Business Solution. The company is focused exclusively on the continuing education industry and has created technology that liberates customers from mundane administrative tasks and enables them to focus on their strategic priorities. Destiny Solutions' clients include the Stanford Center for Professional Development, the University of California Santa Cruz Extension, Duke University, the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, and the University of Calgary. For more information please visit http://www.destinysolutions.com.