Woodland Hills-based Faye Business Systems Group Expands Their Sugar Footprint in the Midwest by Acquiring DataSync Corporation’s Clients
The acquisition of DataSync’s Sugar clients allows FayeBSG to serve an expanding client base and extend their corporate footprint further into the Midwest of the US as part of their growth strategy.
This is the fourth Sugar business that Faye Business Systems Group has acquired in the last 18 months.
The DataSync Sugar practice will be folded into FayeBSG effective immediately. FayeBSG additionally has offices in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Austin, and headquarters in Woodland Hills. In addition, as part of the acquisition, FayeBSG will be bringing aboard Eric Grapengeter and Michael Moser from DataSync in Solution Consulting and Development capacities respectfully.
“We’re really excited to welcome DataSync’s Sugar clients to the FayeBSG family,” said David Faye, CEO at FayeBSG. “We look forward to being able to introduce them to our deep Sugar expertise and bench and our great technical skills and resources. Our team is excited to kick off a successful relationship with each and every Datasync client. And, with Eric and Mike coming board, we see this as a seamless transition.”
DataSync is partnering with Faye so their focus can be shifted exclusively to Flywheel, a new predictive analytics product for SugarCRM. Flywheel proactively notifies salespeople of customer buying trends, automatically creates sales activities, and assists users with scheduling follow up. As a part of the partnership, FayeBSG will be adding Flywheel to its leading portfolio of software solutions.
DataSync CEO Mike Vetter said “The decision was clear for us that the Faye Business Systems Group Team was best positioned to deliver the level of service we expect our clients to receive while allowing us to focus 100% of our energy on our innovating with our new Flywheel product. We couldn’t be more excited to introduce our clients to a company with the ability to bring this level of technical Sugar aptitude and experience.”