Upilio and Celigo FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions
about Celigo and Upilio Consulting

On December 29, 2015 Celigo’s NetSuite Consulting Team became a new company, separate from Celigo, Inc.

This was wholly supported by the entire leadership team as well as all employees affected. Members of Celigo and Upilio are equally excited about their new-found ability to focus solely on what each team does best. This is an exciting time for us and we feel it will be a boon to our customers, but we understand there may be questions. If you don’t find an answer to your question below, please email one of your regular contacts below, or info@upilioconsulting.com.

Upilio Consulting Contacts

Carolyn Haddock, Director of Implementation Services, CFO
carolyn.haddock@upilioconsulting.com

Keith Fetterman, Director of eCommerce & Technical Services
keith.fetterman@upilioconsulting.com

Barbara Mourer, NetSuite Consultant
barbara.mourer@upilioconsulting.com

Absolutely! As we get past the transition, we’ll be better organized to focus more and more on clients, which is a big reason for this reorganization.

Again, absolutely! This is the work we do and we want it to work well for you.

If you have an existing PSA signed and on file, no worries. If you don’t, we’ll reach out to you soon. This agreement protects both parties.

  • The same team of people, now known as Upilio, will continue working on your project with the same project plan and milestones.
  • You will continue to have access to the same SmartSheet Project Plan, without interruptions.
  • Access to your GoogleDocs: We will make all of the same relevant content available in the Upilio GoogleDocs account in the first week of January and will notify you with a link to the content.
  • A very few customers may experience an initial delay in certain types of project reporting and/or invoicing, but we’ll catch up very early January 2016.

Celigo will continue to support their products.

Not at all! We’re separate companies, but old friends, so we’ll happily collaborate when your project demands what both parties require.

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