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David Caspillo executive leader and Senior Partner t at COMERIT in El Dorado Hills, California. COMERIT focuses on helping businesses to achieve optimal success with initiatives related to SAP. Mr. Caspillo’s SAP experience includes 8 prior years working at MyITgroup as Vice President of Strategic Accounts. Serving clients such as Fortune 500 companies, David Caspillo helped to manage all aspects of client SAP engagements. His responsibilities entailed managing project teams, creating staff plans, and overseeing budgets. Prior to joining MyITgroup, David Caspillo served as SAP National Accounts Manager for a company based in Pleasanton. In that position, his leadership responsibilities entailed organizing executive meetings, managing project teams, and managing multimillion-dollar engagements for clients. Earlier in his career, Mr. Caspillo gained experience as SAP Business Development Director for Real-Time Consulting, a subsidiary of Modis, Inc.; Director of SAP Projects and Alliances for Intersoft Corporation; and Account Manager for Hall Kinion. David Caspillo earned a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education from the University of California, Davis. He held membership with Pi Kappa Alpha. After graduating in 1994, he began his career as the owner of athletic centers. He launched APEX Fitness Center in Fremont in 1994, and in 1995 he co-founded Kids Care-a-Van. In the same year, Mr. Caspillo became Director of Nutrition & Exercise Sales for 24-Hour Fitness in Pleasanton. Outside of work, Mr. Caspillo enjoys learning from motivational speakers. For instance, he has studied Getting Things Done by David Allen & Co. and attended the Anthony Robbins Power Seminar. He supports numerous nonprofit organizations, including McHenry House, Relay for Life, The Children of God Foundation, and LiveStrong.