UK’s Microsoft Dynamics NAV Partners Criticize Aggressive Client Campaign, Acknowledge Churn and Support Issues

August 14 2011

"Bottomfeeders" is what one Microsoft Dynamics NAV partner called TouchstoneNAV for promoting a new campaign trying to attract (some would say "poach") the un-satisfied clients of Dynamics NAV competitors in the UK.

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tesuser's picture

As a UK NAV partner myself I would like to add that this article is really unnecessary and does nobody in the NAV channel any good. This practice has always gone on, it probably always will. Even if approached by a competitor supplier why would a customer consider going through the cost and disruption of changing supplier if there was not a tangible business case to do so. I think some NAV partners take the recurring support revenue stream from customers for granted when it should be earned with effective support provision and also proactive engagement with clients to improve their business. Having known the team at TouchstoneNAV for a number of years I know they are some of the most dedicated NAV people in the channel and, in our experience at least, we have always dealt with competitive situations in a very amicable manner.