Robert Dunikoski, who founded the company now known as ePartners, has joined Navigator Business Solutions as head of its SAP Business One practice. The national chain, which once had nearly $100 million in revenue, was called TexSys RD when Dunikoski founded it in 1992 and began buying other resellers to create a national presence. Dunikoski is based in Dallas and joined Navigator in June. Navigator, headquartered in Salt Lake City, is an SAP specialist that also carries Business By Design and All-in-One and said it has more than 400 companies as customers.
With its purchase of the SAP unit of Crossroads Partner in May, Navigator moved into Eastern cities such as Boston, New York and Charlotte, N.C., and into the south in New Orleans and Tampa, Fla. That purchase also brought over Ken Eldridge, CEO of Crossroads, who founded Boston Sales Automation, a reselling firm that was acquired by TexSys RD under Dunikoski back in the 90s. Eldridge was a vice president at ePartners for several years and moved to his new employer as a VP. Navigator has been a regular award winner for SAP, including receiving the Pinnacle Award for Small and Midsize Enterprises this year.
Last modified on Sunday, 16 June 2013