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Paul White

Paul White
Paul is TNP’s CEO. He started in the ERP industry working at the likes of Systems Union, Sun Accounts and Pegasus, before joining Touchstone (where he first encountered Ian). He then moved on to spend over 12 years at Microsoft. There he ran the UK Dynamics business and then Product Management for Dynamics NAV. Both roles gave him lots of opportunities to stay in touch with Ian and Matt and watch TNP grow. In 2018, Paul joined TNP as Executive Chairman, bringing with him a wealth of NAV product knowledge, market insight and plenty of wise council! When TNP was acquired by Node4, Paul stepped up into the CEO role. Away from ERP Paul has a wife, two daughters, and a dog and for fun he chooses to spend time on the water.

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