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Olympic Software takes Microsoft gold

24 Feb 11

Olympic Software has become the first Microsoft Dynamics GP partner to achieve gold certification in the Enterprise Resource Planning category within the new Microsoft Partner Network.


Managing Director of Olympic Software, Joe McLeod, said, “We are very excited to achieve gold status in the ERP category. The new Microsoft Partner Network regulations are much stricter than before, so it is great to see we are able to compete at this level.”


Brent Colbert, Director – Partner Strategy, Microsoft New Zealand says to earn a Gold competency organisations must demonstrate the ability to meet customers’ evolving needs in today’s dynamic business environment.


“The Microsoft Gold Competency signifies to the market that a company has demonstrated the highest level of skill and achievement within a given technology specialisation,” he said. 


“By achieving the Gold competency for ERP, Olympic Software is demonstrating it has the skills, expertise, and resources to deploy financial and supply chain management solutions to meet its customers’ needs.”


Dominion Salt, New Zealand’s primary salt producer, is one customer reaping the benefits of Olympic Software’s extensive Microsoft Dynamics GP knowledge.


The new Microsoft Partner Network launched in November 2010 and provides partners with ranked certification in 27 predetermined solution categories.

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