Enprise Service Delivery Manager Julie Latu is changing to a part time role at Enprise as she goes to work with her husband in the successful new business they started together over a year ago.
The new business – called SFL Management Consulting – works on major civil construction projects such as roading and bridges and other civil projects in New Zealand. It also does consulting work for some of the industry’s largest players, assisting with sourcing of plant/machinery, servicing and labour.
“My husband started his own business a year ago and it’s taken off in leaps and bounds,” Julie Latu says.
“I’m going to set up a Job Costing system and a website for the new company, and eventually implement a mobility solution as well as streamline systems and processes internally. So I’ll continue to work in the software arena. As far as Enprise goes, I’m still connected. All of my knowledge remains available to the Enprise team at all times; I am a shareholder and only want to see them succeed and continue to be number one in their space. These guys are like my family,” she says.
The front line customer services team is unchanged, so customers will not see any change in their support experience.
Enprise CEO Mark Loveys says he wishes Julie every success in her exciting new business venture.
“We are very grateful to Julie for all her hard work,” he says.
“Julie has been with us for 11 years and you can pretty much ask her anything. We are glad she is staying on in a part time capacity and that she has chosen to stay an Enprise shareholder.”
In other staff news, Enprise is hiring another two highly experienced MYOB Exo consultants with strong accounting backgrounds. More on them next month.