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Carrie Leier Named Financial Support Lead at RAMTeCH

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Wednesday, September 3rd 2014
RAMTeCH | Stillwater, MN


Carrie Leier Named Financial Support Lead at RAMTeCH

Stillwater, Minnesota – September 3, 2014 – RAMTeCH Software Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has welcomed Carrie Leier to its team as a Financial Support Lead. “As RAMTeCH continues to grow exponentially and be awarded new projects, adding Carrie to the team to handle accounting, financial, and reporting support will better enable us to align our resources to our operational requirements,” said Darrell Rhodes, Senior Vice President, North America. Rhodes noted that Ms. Leier is brings over 20 years of business experience and an accounting education that will support RAMTeCH in many facets of business – from financials to invoicing, payroll, and operational tracking/reporting. RAMTeCH is well known in the geospatial community as an industry leader in geospatial data management. As part of its growth plan, RAMTeCH is expanding its U.S. and global operations to support an expanded service offering to focus on asset management solutions for its clients that is complimentary to its traditional geospatial data management services. “We are excited to add yet another new member to the RAMTeCH team, as it will only continue to enhance our reputation of high quality, excellent service, and successful deliveries,” Rhodes said. Both Mr. Rhodes and Ms. Leier are located in the Stillwater, MN, office and can be contacted at (651) 342-1780 or drhodes@ramtech-corp.com.

RAMTeCH (www.ramtech-corp.com) is recognized as a global, innovative asset management solutions provider specializing in geospatial and engineering technology and solutions for utility, telecom, energy, and infrastructure markets. RAMTeCH’s North America Headquarters is located in Stillwater, Minnesota.

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