Accounting firm BDO Seidman has sold its JobOps manufacturing software to Anania & Associates Investment Co. Anania, located in Windham, Maine, also purchased Synergistic Software Solutions, the unit that markets the software line. In a message to the Synergistic channel, general manager Ryan Rick said Anania focuses on manufacturing and two of its portfolio companies use JobOps. Rick's view was that the sale "means there is a new surge of energy and life to the JobOps product you have worked with for years."
Somewhere in the roar of the Convergence show floor, I remember hearing about some changes at m-Hance. That's the ambitious Dynamics VAR based in the United Kingdom. In any case, a check of the company's web page shows the picture and biographical sketch of founder and CEO Mark Thompson missing from the section about the management team. Well, maybe they are just changing photos and freshening the bio. I sent an email inquiry to the press office several days ago and have not had a response.
Jeffrey Gregorec has resigned as VP of sales at Blytheco, a position he had held since December 2011. Gregorec said he is taking senior leadership with a company outside of the "Sage/NetSuite/SugarCRM/Swiftpage market" in the Phoenix, Ariz., Area. Gregorec said it was a difficult decision to leave the company owned by Steve Blythe. "I hold Steve in the highest regard and consider him a friend, have very strong relationships within our organization and particularly my team," Gregorec said.