- September 1, 2006
- Jeff Buehrle
- February 1, 2006
- Jeff Buehrle
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I have known and worked with Jeff Buehrle for over 15 years. In the consulting business we sometimes encounter some difficult challenges in order to deliver solutions to our clients. Some of the most difficult and challenging situations we have encountered we assigned to Jeff and without exception he has always delivered. I have always been very impressed with Jeff’s technical knowledge and work ethic.
Glenn BakerEVP of Managed ServicesSummit Technologies
I have worked with Jeff on some very large projects. Jeff is very passionate about his work. I watched him accept, solve and succeed on some challenging issues. He is a creative and innovative problem solver. He is determined and focused on resolution. He helped our teams succeed with his efforts.
Greg CullenOwnerCranberry Consulting LLC
Jeff has been a colleague of mine for the past 17 years. I have been lucky enough to work with him on multiple engagements and in my opinion, he is the cream of the crop when it comes to development, workflow, PunchOut and troubleshooting. Trust me, when times get difficult right after a large install, Jeff is a shining light helping to fix issues. He is also wonderful at coming up with creative solutions to solve business roadblocks/issues.
Mark WenaasPartnerInverness Consulting, LLC
I have known Jeff for many years and have worked with him on numerous PeopleSoft Projects. I believe Jeff is the best PeopleSoft Technical Consultant I have ever met!
Don WynnSenior Solution ArchitectMetaformers
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