At Water Cooler Firm, SharePoint 2010 Helps the Dynamics GP Data Flow
When a group of serial entrepreneurs decided to launch a water cooler company five years ago, they knew they had to choose an ERP platform that would start the fledgling venture with the right processes, yet be robust enough for the big enterprise they expected it to become. They believe they made the right call.
Not only is Primo Water Corp., which has already tallied $50 million in revenues, happy with Microsoft Dynamics GP. The Winston-Salem, N.C.-based company also is pleased with Dynamics GP's integration with SharePoint 2010, which it has been beta testing since last January.
"SharePoint 2010 gives us the ability to provide access to real-time information to more people, and it makes the whole process easier," said Mick Gunter, Primo Water's senior vice president of operations.