Simmonie SerbousekAmerican Fork, Utah, United States

Simmonie Serbousek is a highly experienced business consultant with a background in Salesforce, strategic thinking, and project management. She currently works at 17 Grapes Business Consulting, where she applies her expertise to help organizations drive growth and achieve their business goals through efficient and effective use of Salesforce. With a passion for innovative problem-solving and a focus on delivering measurable results, Simmonie has become known as a trusted advisor to her clients.

Simmonie's professional journey began with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from California State University, Chico, where she honed her skills in marketing, finance, and analytics. After graduation, she worked at various tech startups, gaining experience in sales, business development, and customer success.

With a deep interest in the intersection of technology and business, Simmonie eventually found her calling in Salesforce consulting. She has since worked with a broad range of clients across industries, including healthcare, financial services, and retail. Simmonie's expertise includes Salesforce development and customization, data migration, integration, workflow automation, and user adoption. She is also skilled in project management methodologies such as Agile and Waterfall.

Simmonie is passionate about giving back to the community, volunteering with various nonprofit organizations in her free time. She is also an avid traveler and enjoys experiencing diverse cultures and cuisines around the world.

salesforcebusiness consultingstrategic thinkingproject managementanalyticssalescustomer successhealthcarefinancial servicesretaildevelopmentcustomizationdata migrationintegrationworkflow automationuser adoptionagilewaterfallnonprofittravel
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