John Pamplin Joins Kraft Enterprise Systems as Microsoft Practice Director

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Pamplin to direct a team of consultants who work with KES clients on Microsoft products.

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John Pamplin Joins Kraft Enterprise Systems

Kraft Enterprise System’s dedication to putting the customer first held tremendous appeal.

John Pamplin, former Managing Principal of Seteq Corporation in Atlanta, has been named Microsoft Practice Director of Kraft Enterprise Systems. In his new role, Pamplin will direct a team of consultants who work with KES clients on Microsoft products.

Pamplin, a Nashville native, has extensive experience in the use of information technology in manufacturing, healthcare, banking and the travel industry. As an entrepreneur, Pamplin has founded two firms, in HMO data warehousing and IT consulting.

“John has been in the same shoes as many of our clients and faced similar issues,” said Greg Lemon, President of Kraft Enterprise Systems. “This perspective will be invaluable as he leads our Microsoft consultants in developing solutions for our clients.”

In addition to founding Seteq, a consulting firm specializing in software development, Pamplin was the Chief Information Officer for TurboChef during the company’s migration of its manufacturing from China to the United States. He also led TurboChef’s implementation of Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains. Pamplin received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Vanderbilt University.

“Kraft Enterprise System’s dedication to putting the customer first held tremendous appeal,” Pamplin said. “They have a closer customer relationship than in any firm that I’ve experienced. Their team-based approach really sets them apart.”

Nashville-based Kraft Enterprise Systems specializes in helping mid-sized companies grow through technology assessment, implementation and customization. Microsoft products handled by KES include Dynamics GP, Dynamics CRM and Sharepoint.

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