ePartners CEO Diamond Steps Down

Diamond took over as CEO and Chairman at ePartners in August 2005 and led the company's charge into Axapta ERP, Microsoft CRM and .Net development. Diamond came out of retirement to assume the CEO position at E.Y.T. (formerly Ernst and Young Technologies, and then led E.Y.T.'s subsequent merger with ePartners.

McCarthy joined ePartners as a general manager in 2006 and has been president since May 2007. He has also held various executive positions at Presstek and Level 3 Communications' Software Spectrum business unit, and senior management positions at Corporate Software, a software reseller and management company.

Diamond has been working with McCarthy on the handover of duties for the past six months, and will be going back into retirement, according to Bill Anderson, vice president of marketing at ePartners.

ERP represents the cornerstone of ePartners' business, and that won't change under McCarthy's leadership, said Anderson.

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"Michael is a very high energy individual who has pioneered the idea of keeping our business close to our clients, and one of his main focus areas has been to put strong leadership in local markets," Anderson said.