Consultant Stories

Dan Bunder’s journey from ripening bananas to ERP consulting

Dan Bunder took the scenic route to independent ERP consulting, going from economics to ripening bananas, before discovering IFS software and a new career.

During eight years in-house at IFS he spoke at world conferences and mentored recruits on the graduate programme.

Caroline Capper: the mountain-biking ERP consultant

When Caroline Capper isn’t project managing or advising her clients on the IFS finance module, you’ll find her getting muddy on the mountain bike trails. Plus, she recently joined us for our Unplugged raft-building event.

We caught up with the former accountant, who lives in Sunderland and now runs an adventure business alongside her ERP contracting work.

Kayleigh Brown talks vanlife, women in ERP, and flirty cockatiels

Kayleigh Brown is your go-to person if you want to know anything from how to manage IFS project stress to why a campervan beats a hotel when working away.

The independent ERP consultant shares what she’s learned from her career so far. She also reveals she’s a Marvel and Stars Wars geek, loves holidays and ‘gory’ history, and counts ‘flirty’ cockatiels among her many pets.

IFS technical consultant shares his insight on ERP contracting

From supercars to drinking water dispensers, Roger Morton has worked with a diverse range of businesses since going freelance 15 years ago.

We chatted to the independent IFS consultant about his career journey, from his early experiences of IT in the 80s – to getting to grips with IFS Cloud.

Colin Morrison: the IFS consultant with a passion for curling

Colin Morrison is known in the IFS industry for his skills helping businesses get the most out of the application’s HR module.

But away from the world of ERP consulting, the 45-year-old can be found on the ice, coaching Scottish curlers to championship glory.

An insider’s view: what it’s like to be an IFS consultant

We asked Laurence to reveal what it’s really like to be an IFS consultant. What are the positives and negatives? How did he get into it?

And what advice does he have for anyone thinking about taking the leap into IFS ERP subcontracting for the first time?