Team play brings Nova Steel into Microsoft Dynamics 365 world

SteelNova Steel, Inc., a Corona, Calif., manufacturer and distributor of heating and cooling duct work and related components for both the commercial and residential sectors, had an IT problem. Having grown substantially since its inception in 1995, the company found itself with a patchwork of on-premises software components that was hard to maintain and hard to operate. Most of all, it complicated efforts to grow.

AXMentor, a San Diego-based Microsoft partner, helped to confirm Nova management's belief that its infrastructure belong

ed in the cloud and supported the company's strong interest in adopting Microsoft Dynamics 365.


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About Alan R. Earls
Alan R. Earls is a technology writer based near Boston. He has covered all facets of IT, including ERP and CRM for many years and wrote regularly on Dynamics for Microsoft's 'Momentum' midsize business website. He is the author of several books on tech and business history, including Digital Equipment Corporation and Route 128 and the Birth of the Age of High Tech.

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