About NIMBL NIMBL
is a privately held, nationally recognized, award-winning SAP professional services firm focused on high-value, high-impact technical consulting.
is a nationally recognized industry leading SAP professional services firm focused on high-value high-impact business-driven consulting.
provides basic computer training for CIIS clients; as a board member for We Don't Waste, Pytef contributes technical expertise to the organization's mission of bringing surplus perishable food--what's left over from a Bronco's game, for example--to community groups and food banks,
Pivotal moment: Eisbart and Pytel launched NIMBL with $2,000.
Growth curve: Despite launching in the midst of the Great Recession, NIMBL increased revenues by 79 percent between 2009 and last year.
Innovation: NIMBL has developed a series of SAP Express packages fOcused on rapid deployments on specific SAP technologies within SAP's Security Administration and Compliance space as well as SAP's Solution Manager.
MAKING AN IMPACT: In barely two years, NIMBL has grown from $2,000 in personal investment by the founders to more than 40 consultants.
NIMBL provides the organization with IT services and infrastructure.
Through a close partnership with the Metropolitan State College of Denver and its SAP University Alliance program, NIMBL is providing real-world expertise including: guest lecturing; new coursework development; and the launch of an SAP-centric internship program.
Now 30 employees and contractors strong (all with a decade or more of SAP experience), NIMBL has landed numerous top clients and won CSIA's "Rookie of the Year" award earlier in 2010.
IN A NUTSHELL: While SAP, the most widely used business software package on the planet, is dominated by the Big Four, NIMBL is small enough to not be subject to the fiscal constraints of the business model of a big consulting firm, Eisbart says.
Eisbart says NIMBL isn't shackled by "the traditional handcuffs of profit margins," noting, "We are able to bring incredible experience, and we're not constrained by the traditional revenue model.