Barry Weiss
Barry is an established leader who brings almost 20 years of consulting and software professional services experience into ServicePower. He started his career as a production Supervisor and then Superintendent for Anheuser Busch. After 5 years of making beer, Barry left to pursue an MBA at the University of Michigan. Upon graduation, Barry took a project manager job with Andersen Consulting in the logistics practice and has taken on progressively more and more responsibility at both consulting and software companies ever since. Barry ran professional services at Paciolan and the Asia-Pacific region for OpenPages before branching out with a friend and past co-worker in 2007 to run a boutique consulting firm, Group Seven Consulting. Group Seven specializes in designing and deploying workforce management and GPS solutions for telecommunications companies. As a partner for almost 8 years, Barry sold and delivered process and technology projects helping the company grow almost 500%. Barry joined ServicePower in January 2015.

Few Enterprise Software Projects Ever Go as Planned  | ServicePower | Innovating Field Service
Keys to Managing Professional Services Profitability in Unpredictable Times Predictability is the key to successfully managing a profitable enterprise software professional services organization; however, in the real world, predictability is rare and it is the ability to adapt to changing demand for resources and maintaining profitability targets that is key. It takes foresight and guts to overcome the project variability associated with our unpredictable times.