Oak Brook, IL (PRWEB) April 15, 2009
Configure One™, a leading provider of web-based product configurator and electronic catalog software, has hired Jim Letterer as director of central region. In this role, Letterer will be responsible for managing the central region's sales team and direct selling to major accounts.
"We are excited to have Jim join our team," said Ron Mouw, Configure One's vice president of business development. "His extensive sales and management experience in the configurator and ERP markets will prove very beneficial to Configure One and our clients. Jim was looking to join a configurator company, and had several opportunities in the Chicago area before choosing Configure One." According to Letterer he chose Configure One, "because of the quality of the software and the company's commitment to customer service."
A native of Chicago, Letterer brings a proven track record, including 30 years of software sales and management experience, to Configure One. In his recent position as national sales director with Cincom Systems, Inc., Letterer increased revenues from $14M to $22M, and managed a 12 person sales force across the USA. Prior to Cincom, Letterer worked as central region director for California start-up Vigilance. In 2001, he personally closed the largest single order in Vigilance's history for $2.2M with Compaq. Earlier in his career, Letterer was vice president of sales for CDI in Schaumburg, growing revenues from $2M to $11M during his tenure. Letterer has an MBA from Loyola University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford.
About Configure One:
Configure One is a leading provider of web-based product configurator and electronic catalog software. Configure One's Concept Enterprise Product ConfiguratorTM, Concept E-CatalogTM, and Concept E-CommerceTM products are enterprise applications that enable companies to efficiently sell and process orders for configurable, multi-option, and customizable products and services. Configure One's customers are able to increase revenues while reducing costs by automating much of the sales, order entry, and engineering processes. Customers include industry leaders such as ABB, Emerson Electric, British Telecom, Dover Corporation, Stryker Medical, Sumitomo, and Thomas & Betts.