Doppio Group, a global Infor M3 advisory firm, announced that its Board has unanimously elected William Charles Kragie to serve as CEO. Kragie replaces Erik Kiser, founder, who will be leading a new venture, Orderful. Both Erik and William will sit on Doppio’s board. In addition, a new business leader been hired to direct consulting services – Pranav Sharad.
These executive appointments will carry Doppio Group into the future. “I’ve seen firsthand how Kiser’s execution of customer-centric M3 services is valued by the Infor community. With the support of Pranav, we are strongly positioned to serve Infor customers around the world. This new operating model will allow Doppio to focus entirely on consulting services and enable Erik to pursue his vision of frictionless enterprise communication and integration through his new venture, Orderful.” Kragie explained.
Kragie has served Doppio Group since 2015 as the Director of Business Development where he was solely responsible for customer acquisition and strategic partnerships. Since joining, firm wide revenues have grown over 100% and operations have extended across three continents.
Kiser expressed confidence in the Board’s choice, stating “I’m very excited to see William take the organization forward. During his time at Doppio, he’s proven his ability to understand complexities and generate creative solutions. He is a servant leader who encourages the best qualities in each member of the Doppio family to deliver the best results for our clients.”
Reporting to the CEO, Sharad will be the keystone in Doppio’s delivery organization. Before joining Doppio, he was a senior manager within Chanel’s IT organization and leverages deep business consulting experience from a tenure at PwC.
“We are very fortunate to have Pranav join our team. The rare blend of managerial acumen and IT consulting services experience will elevate the performance our delivery organization” Kragie explained. “Under his direction, I am excited to see our M3 customers benefit from proven methodologies across projects focusing on CloudSuite implementations, Infor OS, and Birst.”