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# Monday, January 16, 2012
BTA and DRI Join Forces

BTA with its client list that is a Who’s Who in Texas Manufacturing has merged with Decision Resources, Inc. (DRI) to create the single largest company worldwide dedicated to the Infor SyteLine ERP application.  BTA is headquartered in Austin, TX and has twice been on the Austin Business Journal’s fastest growing companies.  The merger creates a ten million dollar company with about 40 employees with plans to grow 25% this year.

“We are extremely pleased to be able to join the resources of the two best and most experienced SyteLine solution providers,” said Bill Titus, President of DRI.  Titus stresses that customers will continue to be served primarily through their local DRI or BTA office by the professionals that they already know. “It was important to us to be able to retain the existing BTA staff that has been providing world class service to their customers for decades.  By combining the skills and experience of both services groups, we are even better equipped to meet the increasingly specialized and complex needs of our global customer base.”

Sam DeBone, DRI’s V.P. of Sales and Marketing, said, “We are looking forward to building on the success that we have had as the leading provider of the SyteLine solution in North America for the past 27 years.  The combined DRI and BTA territory encompasses 18 states and we are excited to be working with the experienced BTA sales team to further grow our customer base.”

According to Steve Baker, President of BTA, “DRI is one of the most respected solution providers in the country.  Combining the BTA and DRI staff will allow us to offer a breadth and depth of SyteLine expertise and resources that is not available from any other Infor Partner in the world.”

Steve Baker

Monday, January 16, 2012 11:15:35 AM (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00)  #    Comments [0]  SyteLine News

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