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Glenn Small is the founder and president of SharperPoint Consulting Group, LLC and a well-respected consulting executive and practitioner specializing in helping colleges, universities and non-profit organization identify, understand, acquire, implement and optimize transformative cloud software solutions. He has helped colleges and universities define or validate system and business requirements in support of cloud ERP procurement efforts, led teams in full source selections, including RFP development for software and services. He has worked with colleges transitioning from Banner onto Workday. He is a Prosci and PMP certified consulting professional with extensive experience in higher education, ERP and SaaS software implementation and has been involved in the Workday ecosystem since 2012.     

He helped his previous firm establish its Workday Implementation practice, having sold, and provided Program Management services to the firm’s first two prime, successful implementations. Those successes led Navigator Management Partners to become a fully-fledged Workday Implementation partner for Higher Education. Glenn also served as the education practice for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions for Navigator and oversaw the consulting services being performed at nine active clients, including two non-profits and five universities. In addition, Glenn helped establish and led the Workday Student practice at Navigator and has supported clients in either preparing for or implementing Workday Student. Glenn’s track record of delivering and overseeing the delivery of exceptional value to his clients has resulted in loyalty and additional client engagements. Glenn has 20 years of experience working in the public sector, non-profit and health care areas, including R-1 research universities, federal agencies, and a national non-profit. He has experience building and leading teams in complex environments and is known for building strong, trusting relationships with clients as he works to help them solve their most important problems.