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New Global ISVs for Microsoft Dynamics Announced at WPC 2012

by Jason Gumpert
July 10 2012

Today at Worldwide Partner Conference 2012, the president of Microsoft Business Solutions Kirill Tatarinov announced several new global independent software vendors who have chosen to utilize Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM.

Companies announced today include Campus Management Corp., Cenium Inc., Cincom Systems Inc., PROS Pricing and Technosoft are using Microsoft Dynamics solutions to expand their offerings and in some cases as the core foundation on which to build their industry-focused solutions.

Global hospitality and hotel solution organization Cenium is extending its Microsoft Dynamics-based business offerings in areas such as property management, procurement, human resources and point of sale; and Campus Management, a leading provider of enterprise software solutions for higher education, is planning to expand global reach by leveraging Microsoft Dynamics AX and providing institutions of any size or complexity more choices when it comes to student information systems and enterprise resource planning solutions.

Tatarinov also reference the success of existing Dynamics AX global ISV Ferranti Computer Systems, a global ISV and systems integrator that joined the Dynamics ecosystem in 2011.  Since Ferranti launced its AX-based solution, they have seen wins over Oracle and SAP, Tatarinov says. Ferranti helps utilities companies implement Dynamics AX solutions to operate more efficiently, save money and improve customer service.

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Prior to co-founding, Jason was a Principal Software Consultant at Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC), where he implemented solutions, trained customers, managed software development, and spent some time in the pre-sales engineering organization. He has also held consulting positions at CSC Consulting and Monitor Group.

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