Anthony Hayes Joins NetWise Team

NetWise continues to see strong growth in the PEO sector thus far in 2012. To service the growing client base, NetWise has added an experienced PEO professional, Anthony Hayes, to its development staff. This latest hire makes three PEO industry professionals added to the NetWise staff in the last 12 months. Tony, previously with Administrative Concepts and Progressive Employer Services, has joined NetWise as an application developer.

 

“We were really blessed to see Tony’s application come in. We needed someone that could hit the ground running and we got that with him,” says Randy Wadle, CEO of NetWise Technology. “We have hired three professionals that have deep experience in the industry working directly for successful PEOs. This has really rounded out our ability to service our clients and deliver functionality that meets very specific and critical system challenges faced by many PEOs.”

 

“It’s great to be a part of the NetWise team, “ exclaims Tony Hayes, Application Developer for NetWise. “I have always thought of ClientSpace as a robust solution for PEOs, as well as a flexible CRM. I am really excited to be working here and hope the PEO experience I bring to the table makes me a valuable addition to the organization.”

 

NetWise is the inventor of ClientSpace and has a proven track record of custom fit enterprise workflow solutions suitable for industry powerhouses as well as niche market professional service firms.

 

 

NetWise Technology, Inc. is a premier provider of Enterprise Workflow systems located in Bradenton, Florida. ClientSpace is a proprietary Enterprise Workflow Automation architecture used by clients in a variety of industries as the kernel of their enterprise workflow solution. NetWise primarily services clients in the employee leasing/PEO, banking, real estate, and professional services markets. For more information, please contact us at (866) 474-0922 orinfo@netwisetech.com. http://www.netwisetech.com/.

 

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