Manhattan Associates appoints Eicher as VP

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 27 March 2003, 08:00 Hrs
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ATLANTA: Manhattan Associates Inc., (Nasdaq:MANH) Thursday announced the appointment of Bruce Eicher to vice president responsible for professional services.

Eicher, who most recently served as vice president of customers, replaces Neil Thall, who has chosen to leave the company April 15, 2003 to pursue other personal and professional opportunities.

Ramesh Srinivasan, senior vice president, will assume additional responsibilities for customer support. Eicher has over 15 years of industry experience and joined Manhattan Associates in 2000 with the company's acquisition of Intrepa, where he was chief operating officer.

"We are fortunate to have a seasoned executive with Bruce Eicher's skills and experience assume this position," said Manhattan Associates President and CEO Richard Haddrill. "We thank Neil Thall for his invaluable contributions to our performance over the last four years and wish him great success as he moves on to new endeavors."

"I've greatly enjoyed the time I have spent here at Manhattan Associates. Working with other members of the management team to turn our company into the industry leader is something of which I will always remain proud," said Neil Thall. "I leave feeling confident that the strong consulting services organization we have built will continue to thrive under Bruce's new leadership. I look forward to new and exciting opportunities, yet will continue to look with pride to the continuing evolution of this great company."

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