Everett, WA, (WiredPRNews.com) — CrossMark Consultants, one of the country’s leading ACT! by Sage software consulting firms, announces the opening of its Everett, WA office. CrossMark, with office locations in Bethesda, MD and Kalispell, MT, provides ACT! by Sage customization, installation, training and technical support services. The Everett office is run by Tami Sauer, one of CrossMark’s founding partners with over 15 years’ experience as an ACT! consultant.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Tami Sauer or visit www.crossmarkconsultants.com
About CrossMark Consultants:
CrossMark Consultants, LLC is one of the country’s leading ACT! by Sage consulting firms. Specializing in soup-to-nuts implementation, the consultants at CrossMark have helped hundreds of companies deploy highly customized ACT! database programs, designed to create productivities and efficiencies in their clients’ sales, marketing, and operational processes.
CrossMark was “born” in 2008 – the result of a merger between two well-respected and long-established ACT! consulting firms; Crossroads Automation Services and MarkeTech Services. The principals of these two firms, Tami Sauer and Liz Hendon, believed that by merging their firms, they would be able to provide the best possible service to their many clients.
Tami Sauer, known internationally in the ACT! community as “The Report Goddess”, has been an ACT! Certified Consultant since 1994. With dual specialties in both ACT! and Crystal Reports, Tami helps companies hear the story they need to hear from their ACT! databases. She consults and designs reports that help business owners and managers achieve meaningful analysis of the different types of data contained within ACT!. Tami’s in-depth understanding of the many ways in which ACT! can capture information has helped her earn the reputation as a Goddess of Database Design, as well. Tami has recently moved to the Seattle area where she is learning to love the “liquid sunshine” that the rest of the world calls “rain”.