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PwC and Microsoft Ink Consulting and Implementation Deal


PwC and Microsoft Corp. have formed a strategic alliance whereby PwC consultants will provide advice and implementation assistance to clients who select Microsoft Dynamics together with other Microsoft technologies.

This agreement allows PwC allows it to build business transformation on Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP and Dynamics CRM as well as Microsoft BI products.
“Companies embarking on large transformation projects want to be sure they deliver both value and sustainable change to their organizations,” said Jonathan Tate, PwC’s global advisory alliance leader. “Using PwC's transformation skills, industry sector insights and knowledge of technology platforms and applications in combination with tools like Microsoft’s suite of solutions can help companies maximize the return on their investment.” 
PwC has also expressed interest to expand its capabilities around management and technology consulting, specifically using Dynamics products.

“PwC brings their extensive industry and process knowledge that will extend Microsoft Dynamics solutions for our mutual customers. PwC has a proven track record in facilitating business transformation for enterprise customers,” said Neil Holloway, executive vice president of sales and operations, Microsoft Business Solutions. “Our combined strengths from product to industry offerings will enable many regional and global companies to successfully modernize their business applications.”


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