Times of Malta & Independent
KPMG Crimsonwing, the international IT solutions provider for ERP, eCommerce and custom development, has announced the appointment of Stephen Abela as head of dynamics. Mr Abela will be responsible for the overall project and services delivery of the Microsoft Dynamics business unit.
This unit is one of the major areas of growth for KPMG Crimsonwing Malta and consists of over 35 consultants. The unit is focused on delivering Microsoft Dynamics based ERP solutions, which help organisations achieve business growth and their company objectives. KPMG Crimsonwing’s Microsoft Dynamics solutions deliver operational efficiencies as well as lowering overall operating costs. Mr Abela joined KPMG Crimsonwing in 1998 and has more than 15 years of experience in managing and delivering large-scale mission-critical IT implementations. He has a Mathematics and IT degree from the University of Malta and a Masters in Business Administration from Henley Management College.
“Stephen has a wealth of knowledge in the ERP software industry and his leadership and vision will help us to shape up our Dynamics practice and the solutions that we bring to the market” said James Bonello, managing director at KPMG Crimsonwing Malta.
Over the last few years in particular, KPMG Crimsonwing Malta has considerably increased its Dynamics business in the local market and expanded within that area, the company said.
Backed up by KPMG Crimsonwing’s Gold and Silver Competencies in the Microsoft Partner Network, and with a track record of several high-profile Dynamics projects, KPMG Crimsonwing saw the necessity to bring this business unit under tighter leadership control by appointing Stephen Abela.
“Our team has implemented Dynamics projects for many years and with profound background knowledge we strive to support the growth of our customers. We look forward to expanding our ERP business further in our established markets in the UK, Holland and more recently Malta”, said Mr Abela.
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