OGL Computer appointment to grow software division and spearhead new ERP roll out
OGL Computer has appointed Gary Reynolds as Software Director to further grow its software division, boost turnover and spearhead the roll out of its new enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, Profit4.
OGL Computer has seen adoption of its integrated eCommerce solution jump by over 150% in the last six months of 2020, and Gary will build on this and grow the business’ turnover and customer base, by strengthening and expanding the software team, and overseeing service delivery for clients.
Reporting directly to OGL Operations Director Debbie Barton, Gary, who has been in the software industry for over 24 years, will be responsible for managing all aspects of Profit4’s UK-wide roll out. Developed in-house by OGL Computer’s Software Division, Profit4 is a cloud-based software, offering flexibility and remote access, to help streamline business operations for better selling via physical premises and online marketplaces.
Gary commented on his appointment: “I am excited by the opportunity to spearhead the launch of our new Profit4 software. Even before the pandemic, there was an increase in demand for OGL’s web services thanks to the explosion in online sales. With Profit4’s roll out, our customers can rest assured that we can better support multi-channel sales, as more wholesale distribution businesses increasingly sell online or via partners such as Amazon and eBay.”
His new role will also see Gary build out OGL Computer’s software offering with further functionality and integrations to meet growing customer requirements.
Debbie Barton, Operations Director, OGL Computer, concluded: “With the launch of Profit4 and the future expansion of the software division, the board was keen to appoint a new Software Director to support and drive our plans. I have run the software team for over 30 years so when looking for someone to take over the mantle, I knew it would have to be an outstanding and dedicated candidate who was also a great fit for the business. I am delighted to welcome Gary to the OGL team. He is already making a difference in the business, working on implementing new initiatives and tools that will make our software delivery even more effective and efficient.”
Gary began his software career as a developer. Having worked his way up to Chief Technology Officer and Development Manager for companies providing remote workforce management solutions to the healthcare, defence and maritime industries, Gary, who will be based at OGL Computer’s Kidderminster-headquarters, brings a wealth of expertise to the growing business.
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