MIPRO Promotes Larry Zagata to Partner
Larry Zagata has been promoted to partner at MIPRO, a Milford, Michigan-based consultancy company
MIPRO, a Milford, Michigan-based consultancy specializing in implementations, upgrades and optimizations of Oracle's PeopleSoft applications, announced today that Larry Zagata has been promoted to partner. MIPRO Managing Partner and CEO Jim Prokes made the announcement.
Prior to becoming partner, Zagata served as Vice President of Solutions Delivery for MIPRO. In his role as Vice President of Solutions Delivery, he was responsible for driving strategic business opportunities, while overseeing deployment of PeopleSoft ERP and Business Intelligence solutions.
"Since joining MIPRO, Larry has been critical to the growth and development of our business," said Prokes. "Larry exemplifies MIPRO's philosophy of always doing the right thing for our customers and team members. His leadership, dedication and frankness have been an integral component of our customers' success, and in his new role we look forward to his continued impact on taking us, and our clients, to the next level."
Before joining MIPRO, Zagata spent nine years with PeopleSoft, where he held leadership positions in the sales and solutions delivery space, assisting customers with deployment execution and strategic direction with a specific focus on PeopleSoft ERP. He has also held various leadership positions with Business Objects, an SAP company, including Practice Director for the national Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) and retail practice and Client Partner. As Client Partner, he assisted more than 200 clients in the mid-market space with the successful execution and deployment of Business Intelligence solutions.
Zagata is a 1991 graduate of Michigan State University. He received his Project Management Certificate from George Washington University in 2001. Outside the office, Zagata contributes to several philanthropic ventures, including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's "Walk for the Cure."
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