Ten2Eleven Business Solutions, with its focus on business technology consulting and custom software solutions, has completed its merger with Organon Professional Services, announced company CEO, Jason Kuechler.
For nearly a decade the two companies partnered to deliver user-friendly software applications and process automation solutions. Initial success drove the companies together to build a development methodology centered on data analytics, process automation and business-driven operational solutions.
In 2011, Ten2Eleven principals Jim Jones, Jason Kuechler and Scott Johnson assumed operational management of the two companies, combining employees and facilities. During this transition, Ten2Eleven's project base expanded to include decision support applications for a number of healthcare corporations and research facilities. The merger was finalized in late December 2013 under the name Ten2Eleven Business Solutions, LLC.
Ten2Eleven's history of successful solution implementation and client satisfaction is due in large part to the unique way the company approaches building systems for clients. Instead of taking a strictly technical approach to software development, we will only begin working on a project once our team firmly understands the customers business operations, said Kuechler. Then, through a process of close collaboration, we are able to build solutions that support the most efficient outcome while optimizing the clients business processes.
In 2004 Jones and Kuechler co-founded Ten2Eleven and one year later Johnson became a partner, joining the management team. The three executives had worked together at Waste Connections, Inc. of El Dorado Hills, Calif. from 2002-2004. (See Management Bios).
Organon Professional Services was founded in 1997 in San Francisco, Calif. Initially, the company provided boutique industrial engineering analytics to a major pharmaceutical company. Projects included customized and powerful database development for price management and inventory optimization. Organon eventually expanded to include additional corporate customers in the greater Bay Area.
Ten2Eleven currently enjoys a fast-growing, diverse client base across the U.S. One of its proudest accomplishments occurred in its own backyard, a few miles from the company’s midtown Sacramento headquarters. In 2010, the company collaborated with scientists at UC Davis’ Department of Entomology in designing a process that utilized Ecoinformatics as a creditable means of scientific experimentation in cotton cultivation in the U.S. The resulting success was featured in the Journal of Economic Entomology in 2011 and was the basis for additional collaboration and research in the citrus field. (See Company Solutions).