Linda Considine joins Rootstock Cloud ERP as Regional Vice President in the Great Lakes States and Eastern Canada

“With Rootstock manufacturing cloud ERP, I can provide my customers with the most in-depth ERP written on the Salesforce platform.” – Linda Considine

San Francisco, Calif.–January 3, 2017 – Rootstock Software, the leader in cloud manufacturing and supply chain applications, today announced that Linda Considine has been named Regional Vice President, bringing her 20-plus years of helping software customers increase productivity to Rootstock users in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes as well as the U.S Great Lakes states.

“I look forward to returning to my roots in manufacturing and supply chain management,” attests Considine who began her career in sales at Baan and i2 Technologies. “With Rootstock manufacturing cloud ERP, I can provide my customers with the most in-depth ERP written on the Salesforce platform. With 600 objects and 15,000 fields, our manufacturers and distributors can undertake applications with Rootstock cloud ERP that are simply not available elsewhere.”

“Linda Considine is a top producing and versatile software sales professional with over two decades of proven customer service skills, from early stage and complex sales to strategic accounts, partner management and building executive level relationships that help customers grow their businesses, adds Pat Garrehy, Rootstock CEO. “Considine was employee 36 at Taleo where she spent 14 years before Oracle acquired them in 2012, growing that business to over $325M in sales. She then joined Stantive Technologies Group in Kingston, Ont., a Salesforce platinum ISV partner. There, she immediately embraced the power of the Salesforce platform to meet the expansive needs of high growth companies.”

Linda received her BBA degree from Michigan State University and MBA in Finance from DePaul University. She is located in Toronto and may be contacted at [email protected].

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