Three Rivers Systems Taps Former Savvis Veteran George Hack as Company’s New Director of Software Development

Company attracting top-notch executive talent to support its aggressive growth strategy in academic management systems market.

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Three Rivers Systems Inc. Director of Software Development George Hack

Three Rivers Systems Inc. Director of Software Development George Hack

Bringing on a software development leader of George’s stature underscores our commitment to an aggressive growth strategy while demonstrating our ability to attract top-caliber executive talent.

St. Louis (PRWEB) September 25, 2013

Three Rivers Systems Inc. has named George Hack director of software development. With more than 20 years’ experience at Savvis, a CenturyLink Co., and other market leaders like AT&T and Edward Jones Investments, Hack is known as an adept, results-driven team leader for firms in advanced technology.

He joined Savvis, now a $1.3 billion company, in 2004 as a senior software engineer, progressively advancing to a worldwide post as director of global software development. He led large teams and in only six months established a development office in Bangalore, India.

Reporting to Three Rivers Systems President and Founder Amir Tajkarimi, Hack heads the company’s software development from concept to deliverable products.

“Bringing on a software development leader of George’s stature underscores our commitment to an aggressive growth strategy while demonstrating our ability to attract top-caliber executive talent. We are extremely optimistic about the future of the academic ERP market,” Tajkarimi said.

Tajkarimi sees Three Rivers Systems headed for greater market share because its solutions are built from the ground up with the latest Microsoft technology and are designed for the modern world.

“We are revolutionizing academic management in higher education with advanced business analysis, mobility, easier implementation and use as well as the highest return on investment,” he said.

“This is an exciting time for me, and I am delighted to be an integral part of Three Rivers Systems’ impressive growth as the leading technology innovator in higher education,” Hack said.

Hack recently earned an executive MBA degree from the Olin Business School at Washington University, where he also holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and finance.

About CAMS Enterprise
CAMS Enterprise’s disruptive technology makes it a fundamentally different academic ERP unlike all others that were designed for the past and are incapable of operating efficiently in the modern world. CAMS Enterprise is an easy-to-use and implement, totally integrated, Web-native management system with everything in one place — admissions; student information; financial aid; student services; fiscal management with HR and payroll; fundraising; alumni relations; document management, learning management, a full suite of portals, and more for managing the entire student life cycle. With an out-of-the-box configuration and self-service customization, CAMS Enterprise removes all barriers to success seen with conventional systems. CAMS’ affordable licensing, off-the-shelf configuration and easy implementation translate into the lowest total cost of ownership of any academic ERP while yielding the quickest and highest ROI.

About Three Rivers Systems Inc.
Three Rivers Systems Inc. is the only privately held, independent, debt-free, one-stop company focused solely on high-quality academic ERP solutions exclusively for higher education. For more than 25 years from its St. Louis headquarters, the company is keenly focused on innovation and service to its worldwide customers. Always innovating, the company invests significant revenues back into product R&D to improve existing products while developing new ones so users always get the exact functionality, industry experience and accurate project management they need. Its business model and products are designed to ensure institutional effectiveness, more-efficient business processes, student success and satisfaction.


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