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About the Authors
Carmen Calderon

Carmen Calderon is a consultant with our Enterprise Applications and Solutions practice, where she focuses on Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE. She has experience in multiple business applications, including sales and marketing, and she is a certified Dynamics 365 Field Service Associate. Carmen enjoys learning the “why” and “how” to help solve business problems. She has been involved in various projects spanning from cybersecurity to IoT (Internet of Things) and business transformation. Carmen loves to spend her free time being active, whether playing soccer in the local women’s league, taking a spin class or playing cornhole in the backyard. Carmen is an LSU graduate and resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Haley Hahesy
Haley is a senior consultant in Centric’s EAS (Enterprise Applications and Solutions) practice.  Since receiving her Information Systems degree from The Ohio State University in 2016, she has been on a variety of projects including but not limited to ERP implementations, CRM upgrades, and global website redesigns. Haley focuses primarily on Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE and is located in the Columbus area.
Jeffrey Hintz

 Jeffrey Hintz is a consultant with our Enterprise Applications and Solutions practice, where he focuses on Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE. Jeffrey has expertise in delivering cross-functional solutions utilizing the Microsoft Dynamics 365 stack and a proven track record as a trusted advisor leading digital transformation. 


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