Deal Success: Behind one Microsoft Dynamics VAR's acquisition journey

Microsoft Dynamics partner firms seem to get acquired every few weeks, if not more often. For those directly involved with these deals - as an owner, employee, or client (or competitor, it could be argued), such transactions have huge implications. And for a business owner who has fostered the growth of a company over years or even decades, the sale of a business is often a major career milestone, opening up the future to new possibilities.

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Jason:

Just want you to know that your article DOES NOT accurately cover the ownership of clients under the MASTER VAR Program. It is totally wrong and misleading. The Sales Affiliate at ALL TIMES has control of their clients and this was specfically put in the program that partners such as the one you cover in your article keep control of their ASSET of their client base. Your article is totally wrong here...

Please make sure you fully understand the program before you write misleading facts as those that are in this article.

Terry Petrzelka
The Petrzelka Group