Monday, September 22, 2014

Software and IT Partner News

By SuperUser Account on 8/19/2010 9:31 AM

Microsoft this week released two public previews of upcoming low-end Windows Servers, one aimed at homes and home businesses, and the other at small businesses. For those very small businesses that previously found managed servers to be too complex and expensive, these products--Windows Home Server "Vail" and Windows Small Business Server "Aurora", respectively--represent an interesting and perhaps unprecedented conundrum: They're both excellent, and it's unclear which is the better fit.

Featured Microsoft Partners

 

Accountnet 
Office Location:  New York, New York, United States
Type:  Systems Integrator,Reseller,Training Firm,System Builder,VAR,Other
Industry Focus:  Non Profits, Healthcare, Finance, Business Services


Accountnet is a Microsoft Cloud Dynamics GP (formerly Great Plains Software) and Dynamics SL (formerly Solomon Software) solution provider. Management Reporter and Forecaster experts. Accountnet works with ISV's and other Web based products.

 

 

Gig Werks 
Office Location:  Yonkers, New York, United States
Type:  Systems Integrator
Industry Focus:  Professional Services, Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Financial Services, Legal, and Manufacturing


Gig Werks is an Award Winning SharePoint solution provider with certified expertise across all aspects of SharePoint. Gig Werks understands the true value of SharePoint is delivered through an architecture where the entire feature set works together. While each area of functionality is powerful on its own, the true power of the platform is realized when experts with deep knowledge of the entire product set develop a comprehensive customer solution – where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Gig Werks provides clients with secure, connected solutions that streamline business processes and yield maximum returns on investment. For more information, visit www.Gig-Werks.com or follow us on Twitter @GigWerks or Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/GigWerks.

 

 

Syvantis Technologies, Inc. 
Office Location:  Baxter, Minnesota, United States
Type:  Reseller,VAR
Industry Focus:  Financial Services, Nonprofits, Government, Medical (as a back-end to medical billing), retail (as a back-end to POS system), Distributors, Wholesalers, E-Commerce, Retail, Light Assembly, Professional Services, Consulting, Custom Job Manufacturers, etc.


Syvantis Technologies. is a Microsoft Certified Silver Partner specializing in Microsoft Dynamics GP. GP (formerly Great Plains) helps your organization to increase its financial transparency with integrated systems, shared data, and drill-down capabilities so that transactions and audit trails are easily managed.

 

 

HighJump TrueCommerce EDI Solutions 
Office Location:  Cranberry Township, , United States
Type:  ISV
Industry Focus: 



 

 

Sherwood Systems 
Office Location:  Phoenix, AZ, United States
Type:  VAR
Industry Focus:  Healthcare, Distribution and Aviation


Sherwood Systems is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner dedicated to providing Microsoft Dynamics GP and CRM software solutions in the Arizona and New Mexico areas that increase efficiency and improve business processes. Sherwood Systems specializes in... Implementation and customization of Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains), a robust accounting and supply chain management software solution scalable to a number of industries such as Distribution, Manufacturing, Not for Profit and more Implementation and customization of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, a complete customer relationship management solution for all business types Industry specific software for Distribution, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Credit Unions, Not for Profit, Aviation and Concrete Ready Mix For more information on Sherwood Systems, download five reasons to put your trust in us for all your ERP and CRM software needs: http://www.sherwood.com/pdf/Top5Reasons.pdf.

 

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