Accounting and business consulting firm Armanino announced it has been named to the 2014 Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle for the third consecutive year, coinciding with a seventh consecutive year of Microsoft Dynamics Presidents Club membership.
Armanino provides real-time business intelligence by selling the entire Microsoft Dynamics solution, including Unified Dynamics ERP & CRM, Office 365 & Sharepoint, Business Intelligence and Mobile Solutions.
"We are honored to achieve Microsoft's Inner Circle membership for three years running,” stated Tom Mescall, partner-in-charge of Armanino Consulting. “It is a testament to our team's commitment to delivering excellent service to our customers. Our growth and success correlate with our investment in creating premier industry-specific solutions to enhance the ROI (Return on Investment) of our clients using the Microsoft Dynamics stack of products."
In addition to regularly hosting solution-specific webinars on a variety of topics, Armanino firm leaders have also presented on life science and technology industry solutions at the Microsoft Industry Summit, published several industry-specific white papers, and contributed to a Microsoft Dynamics blog.
"Each year we recognize and honor Microsoft Dynamics partners from around the world for exemplary performance," stated Neil Holloway, corporate vice president of Microsoft Business Solutions Sales & Partners. "These award-winning partners inspire us by the standards they set and the impact they have on the business. Microsoft is honored to recognize Armanino for their achievements this past year and for their dedication and support of Microsoft Dynamics applications."
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