Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 08, 2011
Association Technology firm, Get Efficient, Inc. is pleased to welcome Frankie Pressley to the company. Joining the team as Principal Consultant, Pressley will be the primary contact for many of our existing client accounts. She will also be a part of the Get Efficient team that is rolling out iMIS to more than 40 state restaurant associations as part of an agreement with the National Restaurant Association. The addition of Pressley to the Get Efficient team represents continued and consistent growth within this important segment of Association Technology.
Christine Smith, Vice President of Enterprise Solutions at Get Efficient notes that Pressley’s management abilities, unique technical skill set and work ethic are complementary to the growth in Get Efficient’s consulting and project management capabilities. According to Smith, “Adding Frankie Pressley to our team will allow us to offer a higher level of client support and add depth to our existing skill set. We are very excited to have her join our team of consulting professionals and look forward to introducing her to our local and national clients.”
Pressley has extensive experience working with associations, and has facilitated customer service solutions side by side with customers in a number of successful projects. Immediately before joining Get Efficient, Pressley gained valuable systems, database and project management experience as a Senior Consultant/Application Architect with a DC/Maryland- based Authorized iMIS Solution Provider. Currently, Frankie is pursuing her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and is expected to transition into a Project Management role at Get Efficient. “I am looking forward to using LEAN methodology to manage our projects and client expectations, as well as successfully implement software solutions for our customers,” says Pressley.
Brandie Fennell, Chief Executive Officer of Get Efficient said, "We see something very special in Frankie. She will bring top notch technical skills and an executive level thinking to our projects. We are certain that she will be an excellent fit with and invaluable resource to our clients. We are confident that she will quickly be recognized by our customers as a key member of the Get Efficient team."
Frankie delivered a presentation to the DC Area iMIS User’s Group on iMIS’ Intelligent Query Architect (IQA) and Business Objects on May 18th, and is available to represent Get Efficient as a speaker at technology and association events.
Business at Get Efficient, Inc. continues to grow at a rapid pace. Because of a results-oriented approach, the Get Efficient team has been awarded projects with some leading local and national organizations, including: The National Restaurant Association, many state restaurant associations, the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the National Recreation Parks Association, and National Religious Broadcasters. Get Efficient was recently honored at ASI’s Innovations 2011 with an invitation to return as a second year member of the Advanced Solutions International’s prestigious Chairman’s Circle.