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Brittenford Names Matt Rowley Chief Operating Officer

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Brittenford Names Matt Rowley Chief Operating Officer

Reston, VA – September 17, 2013Brittenford Systems, a Reston VA-based professional services firm delivering technology solutions, education, and support, announced today the promotion of Matt Rowley to the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Rowley’s seven years with Brittenford include serving as Managing Director, where he managed an experienced team of consultants, implementing and supporting financial management systems, business intelligence solutions, and custom integration and development efforts. Over the years, he has worked very closely with clients to architect solutions and project teams that deliver high-quality results. He also built Brittenford’s product development team, which has delivered multiple products to market, including commercialized cloud-based connectors that integrate data between Concur and Intacct, and Concur and Dynamics GP.

“This is an exciting time for Brittenford Systems,” says Rowley. “We have uniquely positioned ourselves in the market, and I look forward to continuing to help drive our growth while delivering superior solutions and excellent service to our clients.”

As COO, Rowley will continue to lead his current practices while also overseeing professional services and client delivery for the entire firm. His previous experience surrounds business intelligence, application development and project management. He has extensive experience managing financial system transformation efforts for Government Contractors, Non-Profit, and For-Profit organizations. “Matt is a seasoned professional, who has proved exceptional as a Managing Director here,” says Brittenford’s CEO, Shereen Mahoney. “We’re very excited to see what he will do as COO.”

Rowley received his Bachelors of Science in Integrated Science and Technology and an MBA from James Madison University. He also holds an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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