Monday, April 11, 2016

Clarity welcomes Jim Flowers to its executive team. Mr. Flowers has over 25 years of experience in delivering complex information technology and management consulting projects. He has sold and delivered six large business transformations leveraging on premise and cloud solutions over his career as well as managed large sales and delivery teams with over 300+ members. Mr. Flowers has developed thought leadership and methodologies for implementing cloud solutions for large enterprises, public sector, and higher education institutions.

Prior to joining Clarity, Mr. Flowers served as a practice leader and managing partner at Accenture, consulting services director at SAP Americas, partner at Infosys, and a senior executive at IBM. During these roles, he was responsible for managing consulting service practices and selling and delivering large transformation and outsourcing programs for the following functional areas: financials, human capital management and payroll, supply chain management, customer relationship management, and information technology.

Mr. Flowers has served in the project director role managing global teams implementing Oracle, Workday, Salesforce, SAP, PeopleSoft, and SCT Banner. He has implemented cloud and mobile solutions in various industries leveraging both onshore and offshore resources. Mr. Flowers was furthermore responsible for developing and implementing new sales methodologies for large software and services companies. He also established and managed strategic alliances and was responsible for expanding sales into new markets.

At Clarity, Mr. Flowers will utilize his extensive delivery experience in enterprise applications and mobile solutions to help transform clients’ operations. He will also be responsible for building out and managing new service offerings including:  program management, quality assurance, and organizational change management for cloud implementations. Mr. Flowers will help manage talent and expand Clarity business into new markets. His platform focus will be on cloud solutions that include Workday, Salesforce, SAP Success Factors, and Oracle.