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By SuperUser Account on 1/10/2014 2:38 PM
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release

January 8, 2014: Only 100 organizations are recognized each year as one of “Bob Scott’s VAR Stars”, which includes Collins Computing. Collins Computing, a southern California Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM partner, is often honored for their accomplishments in the field of midmarket financial software.

Members of the VAR Stars were selected based on factors such growth, industry leadership and recognition, and innovation. Selection is not based on revenue and those firms chosen represent a wide range of size and many different software publishers of accounting software.

“Each year, 100 VAR Stars are picked from the best organizations that market financial software. It is always an honor to recognize those who contribute to the development of our business,” Bob Scott said.

Randy Forkner, President of Collins Computing, states “It’s a privilege to be recognized for so many years in a row as a VAR Star. It speaks to the great value of the products and...
By SuperUser Account on 12/4/2012 1:50 PM

Microsoft's latest Dynamics AX, GP and CRM upgrades pack plenty of new features, but promised cloud, mobile and marketing options have been delayed.

Microsoft announced Tuesday that it will deliver three significant Dynamics application upgrades this month: Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Dynamics GP 2013 and the December update of Dynamics CRM Online. There's plenty of new functionality to consider with each upgrade, but Microsoft is falling behind on a few capabilities promised earlier this year.

Microsoft stoked expectations for hybrid cloud, cross-mobile-platform and cross-browser capabilities at theDynamics Convergence Conference in March. But Microsoft executives told InformationWeek on Monday that an anticipated Microsoft Azure public-cloud deployment option for Dynamics NAV and Dynamics GP ERP apps has been pushed back into the first half of next year. And on the mobile front, cross-platform HTML5 capabilities won't show up until 2014, so access on iPad, iPhone and Android devices is limited to Dynamics CRM.

Global language and regulatory support is common, but it's rarely supported on a single-instance deployment, according to analyst Ray Wang of Constellation Research.The biggest news with Dynamics AX 2012 R2 is that Microsoft's most scalable ERP system can now support multiple languages, multiple national tax and compliance regimes, and multiple vertical-industry capabilities on a single-instance deployment. According to Microsoft, supporting global needs from a single instance ensures faster deployments and easier and more cost-effective administration than the alternative, which is running separate geography-specific or industry-specific instances.

By SuperUser Account on 4/11/2011 2:49 PM

Remarks by Steve Ballmer, Chief Executive Officer, and Kirill Tatarinov, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Business Solutions
Atlanta, Ga.
April 11, 2011


ANNOUNCER: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome corporate vice president, Microsoft Business Solutions, Kirill Tatarinov. (Cheers, applause.)

KIRILL TATARINOV: Well, good morning, everybody. It is my great pleasure to welcome you to Atlanta, to Convergence 2011. This is our 15th Convergence and my fourth in my role as the leader of Microsoft Dynamics.

Steve Ballmer and Kirill Tatarinov share vision for future of Microsoft Dynamics at Convergence 2011 on April 11, 2011 in Atlanta, Ga.

We have over 9,300 people here today. So, this is the second largest Convergence. So, we're just a few folks short of being the biggest ever.

We represent here 20 different industries, coming from 36 different countries. Some people have to travel very near, coming from Atlanta. Over 500 people are Atlanta locals. Thank you for hosting us. And over 36 people from 16 companies came from as far as New Zealand. Thank you for taking the trip.

Whether it's near or far, welcome to Convergence. We have an amazing show for you this week, and we're very excited you are here with us.

This week, we're celebrating a pretty substantial milestone for all of us who are involved with Microsoft Dynamics, the 10-year anniversary of Microsoft being the vendor delivering business applications to our business customers.

Ten years ago this month, we entered this business by acquiring Great Plains, and it's an amazing road, and it's an amazing journey that we've been on together with you.

Ten years ago, we had less than 30,000 customers working on Microsoft Dynamics GP. Today, we have over 350,000 customers, and 5 million users logging into Dynamics every morning. (Cheers, applause.)

Many of our customers are truly Dynamics customers for life, and here in the room over a thousand people have been working with Dynamics for over 10 years.

And at the show, at Convergence, we love telling the stories of our customers. We love telling the stories of how the products are used and how products make the businesses run and be more successful.

By SuperUser Account on 4/11/2011 9:36 AM
Microsoft Dynamics customers gather at Convergence 2011 to hear how they win today and in the future.

ATLANTA — April 11, 2011 — Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq “MSFT”) CEO Steve Ballmer and Kirill Tatarinov, corporate vice president for Microsoft Business Solutions, today opened a sold-out Convergence 2011 to more than 9,000 attendees, demonstrating how companies can use Microsoft Dynamics to maximize the value of their existing technology investments, remain agile as market conditions change and ultimately become dynamic businesses that can win in any environment.

At Convergence 2011, Microsoft’s premier event for decision-makers using enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM), the company shared its vision to take Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions to the cloud. It also gave customers a first look at the newMicrosoft Dynamics AX 2012 release and shared the strong momentum experienced by its portfolio of Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM solutions.

Unveiling Vision for Cloud ERP

Building on the success of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, the company revealed a path for its ERP customers to move to the cloud with the next major releases of Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions, which will run on the Windows Azure platform. Customers will be able to move to the cloud on their own terms. The Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions will bring the same benefits in the cloud as they do on-premises.

Understanding that to deliver the benefits of the cloud to customers requires more than just technology, the company reiterated its commitment to help partners benefit from Microsoft Dynamics cloud offerings and released a Microsoft Dynamics Cloud Partner Profitability Guide. This guide provides key success factors and an execution road map, to help partners optimize their business processes and identify new opportunities.

“We see the cloud as a turning point in the market that provides the opportunity to create a new business model geared toward increasing the profitability and agility of our company,” said David Goad, managing director, eSavvy Pty Ltd. “The Microsoft Dynamics Cloud Partner Profitability Guide really helped us to solidify that opinion. It offers clear guidance on how to benefit from this shift and serves as a great starting point for all partners looking to build a strong, cloud-based business.”

In addition to resources such as the profitability guide, independent software vendors (ISVs) and partners will also be able to showcase Microsoft Dynamics cloud-enabled vertical solutions, add-ons and services on the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace. This makes it simple for customers to try and buy solutions that fit their specific business needs and gives partners an opportunity to reach a broader audience and grow their business.

Microsoft Introduces Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Also at Convergence 2011, customers get a first look at Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, an innovative new ERP solution that empowers people to anticipate and embrace change, with agility made possible by a unified business process repository, model-driven architecture, and simplicity that comes from a familiar user experience and built-in collaboration tools.

“Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 frees customers from the electronic concrete that has plagued the ERP industry for so long,” Tatarinov said. “Customers want flexible yet cost- effective business applications that work the way they do instead of being forced to adapt to the software.”

By SuperUser Account on 2/25/2011 10:26 AM



Join Us: 4th Annual Microsoft Government Contractor Summit

Powering Business Growth and Transformation in the

Government Contractor Sector

You’ve heard the buzz about business transformation but what does that really mean to you as a Government Contractor?  What do you need to know to respond quickly to the challenges facing the industry? This year’s much anticipated Microsoft Government Contractor Summit continues to build on the tradition of the ‘not-to-be-missed’ industry event by taking Government Contractors to the heart of what business transformation means to their business. The event-filled day features a keynote by the Honorable Tom Davis, panel discussions by some of the leading figures in the government contracting market, and networking opportunities to meet people you need to do business with. Plus, you’ll get a first-hand view of the Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM solutions that are taking the government contracting world by storm.

You will:

- Get an understanding of Microsoft’s strategy, investments and insight on technology trends for government contracting

- Learn best practices from peers who are utilizing technology to optimize their day to day business processes and gain real time insights

- Hear the Honorable Tom Davis speak on trends facing Government Contractors; as a former congressman and noted technology leader, he will share Government Contractor strategies and vision

- Gain insights from well-known Government Contractor CEOs on important hurdles facing the industry and how to overcome them

- Meet with industry leading Microsoft partners who are bringing the best of breed Government Contractor solutions to the market


Target Audience: Government Contractor C-Level and Business Executives

Price:  $75 USD NOTE: Space is Limited! This event will sell out. Click here to register.

Agenda *


Registration, Networking & Exhibits
Visit the showcase of leading-edge technology solutions specifically suited for Government Contractors


Kickoff and Microsoft Keynote
Greg Myers, General Manager, Civilian and Healthcare, Microsoft Federal who will provide an overview of Microsoft’s strategy, investments and insights on technology trends for government contracting.


Break & Visit the Technology Exhibits


Federal Government IT Budget & Spending in 2011 & Beyond
Karen Evans, former OMB's Administrator for e-government & IT, will provide insight into the President’s Budget Request and implications of the Continuing Resolution.


Break & Visit the Technology Exhibits


Industry Keynote Luncheon
The Honorable Tom Davis, former congressman from Northern VA, who has been recognized as one of the most knowledgeable congressmen in history on technology topics and the government speaks about the role of Government and IT.


Government Contractor CEO Panel
Hosted by Federal News Radio Morning Anchorman Tom Temin
Featuring Bob Burleson, CFO, Software Process Technologies Inc.; Tony Jimenez, CEO, MicroTech; David Kriegman, Senior Vice President, Jacobs Engineering; and, Ajay Madan, CEO, OST Global.


Break & Visit the Technology Exhibits


Industry Solution Breakouts – Three Concurrent Tracks. Presented by:

- Pleasant Valley Business Solutions

- Unanet | SSI Consulting

- McGladrey


*Agenda subject to some change.

 Click here to register.


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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Registration opens at 7:30am

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By SuperUser Account on 12/22/2010 2:51 PM
Evaluation based on completeness of vision and ability to execute.

REDMOND, Wash. — Dec. 22, 2010 — Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq “MSFT”) today announced thatMicrosoft Dynamics AX is positioned as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for ERP for Product-Centric Midmarket Companies* 2010, a research report published by Gartner Inc. In the same report, which this year evaluated global enterprise resource planning (ERP) products specifically tailored for companies with 100 to 999 employees, and with annual revenue between $50 million and $1 billion, Microsoft Dynamics NAV is recognized as a Niche Player.

Microsoft Dynamics AX has a long track record of customer success and has experienced above-average growth rates in the midmarket. The solution features an intuitive and easy-to-learn and -use Microsoft Office-like user interface, and RoleTailored dashboards. Microsoft Dynamics AX further provides a flexible architecture and solid foundation for partners to develop vertically specific solutions.

“We believe being recognized as a Leader demonstrates our commitment to enabling dynamic businesses,” said Crispin Read, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics ERP, Product Management Group, at Microsoft. “Our focus on simplicity, value and agility is key to maintaining our position as a leader in the ERP industry.”

Microsoft’s broad partner ecosystem provides a wide variety of individual solutions built on Microsoft Dynamics NAV, a highly configurable solution, to serve the specific needs of local and industry-vertical customers.

While Microsoft Dynamics NAV is targeted at midsize organizations with specialized and locally relevant business needs, Microsoft Dynamics AX supports global midsize and larger organizations operating in multiple locations, as well as organizations looking for a single ERP solution to manage subsidiaries, divisions and branch entities while maintaining a separate headquarters solution.

By SuperUser Account on 11/16/2010 3:31 PM


Cloud computing is to business what the pocket calculator was to education back in the 1980s.  I’ve already  told you how I was addicted to the Cloud , and your now probably hearing about it daily.  So why should you be interested in this new buzz word.  Well, there are a couple reasons your ears should perk up when you here news about The Cloud, especially when it involves the Microsoft products your company has become dependent upon over the years like Microsoft Office, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, or Microsoft Dynamics.

  1. Cost – costs usually include little to no up-front costs, and monthly per user costs moving forward.  This allows you to convert capital expenditure to operational expenditure which can lower the barrier to entry into new products and services.
  2. Freedom – your team can more easily access systems remotely and from multiple devices such as Mobile devices
  3. Reliability – cloud computing is ideal for business continuity and disaster recovery.
  4. Scalability – you get “on-demand” provisioning of resources on a self-serve basis in realtime.
  5. Maintenance - cloud computing application maintenance is done for you by the host, and changes and updates apply to all users independent of location.
By SuperUser Account on 9/27/2010 8:29 AM

Innovative light management solutions provider streamlines manufacturing operations, increases productivity and reduces waste with webOps TMMTM powered by Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Quote startThe Olive-3 team played an instrumental role to make that happen in a very short time. In less than three months from the project kick-off, we have already started seeing the benefits in terms of improved visibility, increased employee productivity.Quote end

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 27, 2010

Olive-3 Technologies, provider of the revolutionary webOps TOTAL™ Supply Chain and Manufacturing Operations Management solutions, today announced that Luminit LLC, a leading manufacturer of Light Shaping Diffusers (LSD®), has completed the deployment of webOps TMM™ - Plant Floor Edition to better control its manufacturing operations management (MOM) activities.

“We needed to put in place the best-in-class technology and process infrastructure for production, maintenance and quality management to scale our operations.” said Dr. Engin Arik, President and CEO of Luminit. “The Olive-3 team played an instrumental role to make that happen in a very short time. In less than three months from the project kick-off, we have already started seeing the benefits in terms of improved visibility, increased employee productivity and reduction of paper use.”

Based in Torrance, CA, Luminit develops and manufactures light management technology solutions for the lighting, display, biomedical, and machine vision industries. In its make-to-order/engineer-to-order manufacturing environment, Luminit offers a vast variety of thin-film and rigid products with outstanding transmission performance in a wide wavelength range. This kind of manufacturing flexibility and capability requires a very sophisticated MOM system to effectively manage production, maintenance, quality and materials processes. 

By SuperUser Account on 8/19/2010 10:00 AM


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Fax: 630-375-8810


Aurora, IL August 19, 2010 Sikich has been ranked 14th in Accounting Technology's Top 100 Value Added Reseller (VAR) list with revenue totaling over $18 million in 2009, an increase of just over 10%.

Accounting Technology's selection of the VAR Top 100 list is based on the amount of revenue generated by each published reseller during the previous year. More than one thousand companies are considered for inclusion for the annual listing, the top 100 are then selected for publication. The names of all 100 organizations will be published in the August 2010 issue of Accounting Technology and can be accessed at www.webcpa.com

“The Accounting Today VAR 100 list is comprised of top accounting and ERP software resellers throughout the country, ranked by revenue,” says Seth Fineberg, Technology Editor of Accounting Today. “This select group represents those in the world of accounting software resellers that are truly ahead of the pack and we are pleased to honor them in this special report.”

By SuperUser Account on 7/21/2010 9:07 AM

For the second consecutive year Sunrise has been named to the Inner Circle for Microsoft Dynamics, an elite group of the most strategic Microsoft Dynamics partners whose sales achievements rank them in the highest echelon of the Microsoft Dynamics global network of partners. In addition to receiving this honor, Sunrise was named to the President's Club for Microsoft Dynamics for the 4th consecutive year and received the prestigious 2010 Microsoft Distinction in Marketing Award for Best Overall Marketing Campaign.

Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) July 21, 2010 -- Sunrise Technologies, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner who specializes in Microsoft Dynamics AX , has joined the prestigious 2010 Inner Circle for Microsoft Dynamics. For the second consecutive year, Sunrise has been named to this elite group of the most strategic Microsoft Dynamics partners whose sales achievements rank them in the highest echelon of the Microsoft Dynamics global network of partners. Members of the Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle have performed to a high standard of excellence by delivering valuable solutions that help organizations achieve increased success. This recognition of the Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle came during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), Microsoft’s annual premier partner event.


By SuperUser Account on 7/8/2010 1:45 PM
DynamicPoint, a custom developer of SharePoint applications build specifically to integrate with Dynamics ERP products, launches a three part online series that may meet many of your current business challenges: lengthy processing time cycles, duplicate data entry, endless paper trails, and lack of control and compliance. See firsthand how DynamicPoint's Sales Orders, Purchase Requisitions and Expense Report applications can reduce costs while continuing to innovate and grow the business with SharePoint. For more information or to watch the three part series visit www.dynamicpoint.com or call 562.726.4396.

By SuperUser Account on 7/8/2010 9:55 AM

Infor Visual, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Epicor 9 ERP software are especially designed in order to help manufacturing companies. Their features and functions cover every aspect involved in manufacturing a product and they also offer efficient solutions for distribution, including warehouse management and shipping management. This makes Infor Visual, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Epicor 9 ERP software also suitable for being used by wholesale distribution companies, although they are more oriented towards manufacturing businesses.

By SuperUser Account on 7/8/2010 9:52 AM

Yesterday, as I was searching the KB in PartnerSource for some solution, accidentally I bumped on this link in KB, that the latest rollup for Dynamics AX 2009 SP1 is released, The release date was on 4th July, 2010, but MS has not published this in the PartnerSource > Solutions > Dynamics AX Page. That's strange though!

Anyways, one can view the fixes available and request for download of these fixes from the link below (Please note that it requires PartnerSource Login)

By SuperUser Account on 7/8/2010 9:49 AM

One of the new features in Windows 7 is that it contains a new version of Windows Virtual PC which can be used to publish applications from the virtual guest system to the host system.

To showcase what can be done with published applications on Windows Virtual PC, I was trying to install AX 2009 on the Virtual XP guest and to run it afterwards as a published application on my Windows 7 RC host system.

By SuperUser Account on 7/8/2010 9:48 AM

Helmut Wimmer has written a whitepaper that was published on MSDN. It's about consuming web services from AX in a real-world example.

By SuperUser Account on 7/8/2010 9:42 AM

ERP selection for large corporations is typical because of their presence in different countries with different laws, languages, business culture, market trends, customer taste and currency. Apart from these scalability and adaptability of the ERP is also of utmost importance for future requirements and problems.

Microsoft has been working on ‘project green’ which is to unify all four ERP into one to give a powerful solution to its users. The reason being that there are serious overlapping of features and functions in the four ERP of Microsoft which does not justify their separate presence in the market. As far as Microsoft dynamics SL is concerned, it is more suitable for project based companies rather than manufacturing or large distribution enterprises. To identify the most suitable option for any large enterprise out of the other three ERP solutions of Microsoft, it is important to consider the criteria companies follow to choose an ERP solution.

By SuperUser Account on 6/27/2010 5:44 PM

Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.
26449 Rancho Pkwy S.
Lake Forest, CA, 92630, USA

Advanced Systems Integration and timeXtender form strategic alliance to offer comprehensive BI solution for Microsoft Dynamics AX users

Lake Forest, CA - Advanced Systems Integration, Inc. (ASi), a Microsoft Dynamics AX Gold-Certified, Business Solutions and Learning Solutions training partner is pleased to announce its new, complete Business Intelligence solution, AX SMART BI, for Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta).

The new BI solution, powered by timeXtender, QuickCubes, and TARGIT, streamlines and simplifies the business intelligence design process by auto-generating the underlying project code - no need for hand-coding. David Payne, CEO of ASi, comments, "As a result, a BI project is ready to go live faster, requires less external support, and less implementation time. Companies can consolidate data from multiple companies in one data warehouse, obtaining a complete picture of their business - all without being an expert in the underlying Microsoft Dynamics AX database."

By SuperUser Account on 6/27/2010 5:17 PM

LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Chicago-based Junction Solutions, a provider of vertical market-specific software applications and services for the Multi-Channel Retail and Food and Beverage industries, announced it is a Microsoft Partner Awards winner as Microsoft Dynamics® Retail Partner of the Year. The company was chosen out of an international field of top Microsoft partners as delivering market-leading retail customer solutions built on Microsoft technology.

“We are proud to recognize Junction Solutions as the Microsoft Dynamics® Retail Partner of the Year. Junction Solutions has proven its ability to deliver strong customer success and satisfaction from start to finish in the retail market”

Featured Microsoft Partners


Office Location:  Englewood, Colorado, United States
Type:  Reseller,Training Firm,VAR
Industry Focus:  Financial Services, Food and Beverage, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Media and Entertainment, Non-Profit, Professional Services, Software

Founded in 1990, the Knaster Technology Group is a Microsoft Gold Certified reseller focused exclusively on Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains, providing businesses with personalized implementation, training and support solutions. As a nineteen year consecutive recipient of the Microsoft Business Solutions Presidents Club award for service and sales excellence, we use industry best practices and proven implementation methodologies to improve the business success of over 300 clients. Our experienced team of Microsoft certified consultants is committed to providing a rapid implementation experience of minimal disruption and maximum sustainable value.



Cortland Computer Services, Inc. 
Office Location:  Middlesex, , United States
Type:  Reseller
Industry Focus:  SMB

Cortland Computer Services, Inc. was founded in January of 1993 to provide a wide range of computer services to legal and general business clients in central New Jersey.



Clarity Ventures 
Office Location:  Austin, TX, United States
Industry Focus:  Website and eCommerce integration with Microsoft ERP systems

Clarity Ventures addresses key areas for our clients. They come to us needing an improved web presence and enterprise level, customizable business software solutions. From our initial conversation through to project completion, Clarity Ventures delivers a solid, proven roadmap for delivering an effective, timely solution.



Idea Dudes LLC 
Office Location:  Palm Coast, , United States
Type:  Systems Integrator,Training Firm,System Builder
Industry Focus:  We provide companies with Microsoft Certification training and consulting. We deal with Exchange Server, Windows Server, SharePoint, SQL Server and Windows Desktops..

Microsoft Certification Camps is about providing business solutions and lowering companies Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). When you walk in to a Microsoft Certification Camps class you are starting a journey into the Certification Experience.



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