Sovereign Sportsman Solutions Adds Patrick Greene as Senior Project Manager
Sovereign Sportsman Solutions is pleased to announce that Patrick Greene of Tallahassee, FL., has joined the Company as a Senior Project Manager.
His new responsibilities will include providing oversight and day-to-day management on Sovereign’s complex client deployments, where he will work internally with product managers, software development teams, business analysts, and quality assurance personnel.
Greene is a highly experienced applications development manager, systems architect, certified project manager and has championed numerous systems and service implementations for technology companies and state governments over the last 25 years. He brings significant experience in enterprise architecture, business analysis, and strategic planning to Sovereign as well.
"It’s great to have Patrick join us in project management as he brings a wealth of industry experience and insight,” Sovereign’s CEO Eric Richey said. “He has a unique ability to combine intense technology solutions, and basic customer service initiates as he leads his teams and projects. Adding him allows us to pursue additional growth opportunities.”
About Sovereign Sportsman Solutions (s3gov.com): Sovereign is a leading provider of business services and technology platforms for the outdoor recreation industry.
We partner with state government agencies, tribal councils, and Canadian provincial governments across North America to provide transaction-based licensing, permitting, vehicle registration, campground reservation, and mobile solutions. Sovereign works with our partners to leverage a network of more than 5,600 retail sales agents, including Cabela's, Bass Pro Shops, Walmart, Academy Sports, and thousands of other value-added industry leaders.
Our government and industry partners trust us to provide exceptional online sales platforms and industry-dedicated support operations, along with marketing and client engagement capabilities designed to grow revenue and relevancy well into the future.
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