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Microsoft identifies local partners for early project roll out

Microsoft identifies local partners for early project roll out

THREE local integrators and one independent software vendor (ISV) have been highlighted by Microsoft for early roll-outs of its Business Solutions Customer Relationship Management suite, launched here in January.

Kinetics Group, Eagle Technologies and Complete Solutions feature in the first set of case studies on the package with implementations at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design, Glovers Foods and Eagle’s training division, New Horizons, respectively.

ISV Zeacom is installing the suite inhouse and has developed an add-on application it is now marketing in New Zealand, after a US launch last year.

Microsoft says 12 local companies are adopting the system, with Complete Solutions leading the pack with four implementations. In addition to Glovers its other Microsoft CRM customers include Premium Power and Valspar, while the fourth cannot be named yet.

Microsoft has also unveiled details of the benefits its CRM partners will receive.

Read the April 16th issue of Reseller News to find out about these benefits as well as a profile on Complete Solutions.


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