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How a Chance Encounter with Microsoft Dynamics NAV Leads .NET Developer to MVP Recognition

by Linda Rosencrance
Contributing Writer, MSDW
July 29 2016

Suresh KullaLike most first-time Microsoft Dynamics MVPs, Suresh Kulla was "deeply honored and humbled" to receive the award.

"I was so happy on that day," says Kulla, who received the award on July 1. "It's an honor to us. It's a kind of recognition. It helps us do more for the community when someone recognizes you and people know you. It was amazing."

A Microsoft Dynamics NAV technical architect working for Microsoft partner ArcherPoint Inc., Kulla began his career some 10 years ago as a .NET developer with another consultancy.

He joined ArcherPoint in 2010, where he started as a NAV technical consultant. "But now as a technical architect, I design the requirements from the customers," he says. "I architect the solutions. I also do the development for some of the clients and help the functional guys and the project managers with the implementation."

Before joining ArcherPoint, Kulla says his passion was .NET technology, especially web-based applications. While working for one particular client, he happened to cross paths with a Dynamics NAV project. The client invited him to join them as a NAV developer. "But until that time I didn't even know there was an ERP product from Microsoft," he says.

A head-first dive into Dynamics NAV

Kulla decided not to make the move to Dynamics NAV at that time because he was really passionate about .NET. However, when his .NET project ended a few months later, Kulla approached the partner unning the NAV project to get more information about ...

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About Linda Rosencrance

Linda Rosencrance is a freelance writer/editor in the Boston area. Rosencrance has over 25 years experience as an reporter/investigative reporter, writing for many newspapers in the metropolitan Boston area. Rosencrance has been writing about information technology for the past 16 years.

She has covered a variety of IT subjects, including Microsoft Dynamics, mobile security issues such as data loss prevention, network management, secure mobile app development, privacy, cloud computing, BI, big data, analytics, HR, CRM, ERP, and enterprise IT.

Rosencrance is the author of six true crime books for Kensington Publishing Corp.