Beverly Hills, California (WiredPRNews.com) Word is out! The latest cast of Bravo’s “Real Housewives” series has been released, and in an exciting twist the show will feature businesswoman, philanthropist, and SAP consultant Taylor Armstrong. Premiering on October 14th, Bravo has gone all-out with their cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which will include Camille Grammer, wife of Kelsey Grammer, Adrienne Maloof, daughter of George Maloof, Lisa Vanderpump, a British restaurateur, Kyle Richards, aunt of Paris Hilton, Kim Richards, child star, and Taylor Armstrong, businesswoman and SAP Consultant (http://www.premieresapconsultants.com/taylor_armstrong.html).
While the show is promising to include all the glitz and glitter that Beverly Hills has to offer (rumor has it that Taylor Armstrong will throw a $50,000 birthday party for her 3-year-old daughter!), as the founder of the SAP consulting company e-Implement Taylor will also bring a strong sense of business-savvy to the show. The Real Houswives of Beverly Hills will feature Taylor, along with her business partner Dwight Coates, working with clients around the world.
The addition of Taylor Armstrong to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills promises to shed light on the little-known, yet cutting-edge, world of SAP ERP and SAP Consulting. Her company, e-Implement, is a management consulting firm specializing in business transformation in the SAP arena. The company focuses on SAP implementation in manufacturing, aerospace/defense, and pharmaceutical sectors, and additional information on e-Implement can be found at http://www.premieresapconsultants.com.
As one of six Beverly Hills housewives, Taylor Armstrong, will bring her business savvy, personal style, and international client list to the screen. Her business partner, SAP consultant Dwight Coates, is also featured on the reality TV Program, and has over 14 years experience working on SAP at Big 4 Consulting Firms (Ernst and Young/Cap Gemini), Strategy Firms (ATKearney/EDS), and ERP Giants (SAP America and SAP LABS).
The two founders of e-Implement will be featured on film working with clients implementing SAP software and processes. Viewers will see how consultants work on cutting costs and streamlining business using advanced ERP software and business processes. By all accounts, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills promises to be an addictive, if not educational, 2010 season.