Growing Tech Firm Enhances Client Delivery with the Addition of Non-Profit Consulting Executive

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Award-winning technology-integration consulting firm recruited one of the industry’s top consultants to lead their client service efforts.

Get Efficient, an award-winning technology-integration consulting firm recruited one of the industry’s top consultants to lead their client service efforts. Jamie Draper of the Draper Group joined Get Efficient as the Vice President of Client Delivery.

Get Efficient successfully recruited Draper and gained respect in the technology consulting sector with its expertise and specialization in helping non-profit organizations design scalable infrastructure that supports on-going and long-term initiatives.

Draper joined Get Efficient on March 1, 2012, and has already rolled out critical client service processes to streamline workflow and enhance responsiveness of the company’s growing consulting and technical support staff. Her 20 years of experience in the non-profit sector and more than 14 years implementing and supporting the iMIS association management software package, gives her the perspective and insight to manage the company’s growing number of consulting resources and deliver action-oriented solutions that fit organizational structure and goals.

“Jamie’s unique combination of technical expertise and deep understanding of non-profit processes and operations positions Get Efficient to continue to help our clients implement long-term, sustainable technology solutions that integrate seamlessly into existing operations. With her on board, we can continue on our tremendous growth trajectory, without compromising service.” stated Brandie Fennell, Get Efficient’s Founder and Chief Solutions Architect. “Having grown to a staff of 15 so quickly, Get Efficient really needed to find just the right blend of development expertise and management abilities. We approached Jamie because we believed that she had the right combination to support rapid business growth while maintaining the high standard of service that clients have come to expect from Get Efficient”, added Christine Smith, VP of Business Development at Get Efficient.

Draper commented, “I am excited to be here. Having worked with them on several projects over the past year, I’ve seen Get Efficient’s rapid growth and expansion and discovered that the company’s focus aligns very closely with my professional interests. When they approached me to join them full-time, it seemed like a perfect fit for my future career goals.”

Draper holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hood College, a Master of Science Degree from Georgetown University, and has earned the prestigious PMP certification from the Project Management Institute.

Founded in 2009, Get Efficient specializes in collaborating with its clients to design and design practical solutions that fit the organization’s structure and needs. Among its collection of industry awards and accolades, Get Efficient was inducted into ASI’s Chairman’s Circle in 2010 and has been invited back each year since. The honor recognizes the firm’s outstanding overall performance with regards to supporting iMIS software thru the efficient use of tools and technology.

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