Dynamics reseller, Tribridge, will add 200 jobs in its Tampa, Fla., headquarters. The company this month said the plans will double the area workforce by 2016 and will encompass all areas of employment, including HR and cloud services. The company employs 600 in the United States. It did not specify the square footage of the expansion. The Tribridge Careers section of its website shows 47 jobs open in 33 different titles with several related to cloud/SAAS and seven CRM job titles
Unit4 plans to double the R&D resources for its Agresso financial line over the next two years. The now privately held company did not issue any figures, but effort will remain centered in Norway, although there will be additional capacity in Wroclaw, Poland, and Granada, Spain, more than 150 developers are employed. “Poland and Spain offer scalable, high-quality talent pools that will allow us to build on existing, proven development operations,” CEO José Duarte said in a prepared statement.
McGladrey has named a chief technology officer. New to the job is Troy Cardinal, who will oversee strategy, applications and operations from the firm’s office in Minneapolis, Minn. Cardinal joins McGladrey after working at KPMG where he started in 2001. In his final position, he was director of offshore technology services, KPMG Technology from 2013 until July and was IT director for that unit from 2010 through 2013. Always interesting when CPA firms hire someone who worked at another firm. The announcement often omits the name of the prior employers, as was the case here. The prior occupant of the job was Robert Lewis.
The corporation called Serenic, which marketed nonprofit applications under that brand, has become OneSoft Solutions. The name change was accomplished on July 28 as part of the deal via which the Serenic financial applications were sold to Sylogist Ltd. Both OneSoft and Sylogist are Canadian companies. With the morphing done, Serenic chairman Dwayne Kushniruk has replaced Randy Keith, who was with the old Serenic since 2007, as CEO and president of OneSoft. Keith remains a director for the next year.