Jai C.S. | July 23, 2009 - TMCnet Contributor
AlfaPeople, the Microsoft Dynamics CRM specialist, was recently honored with three prestigious awards at the Microsoft (News - Alert) Worldwide Partner Conference in New Orleans.
The company was named the “Microsoft Dynamics Reseller of the Year for Western Europe. The award was based on AlfaPeople’s remarkable innovations in the hosting space and the positive feedback Microsoft received from partners and customers.
“AlfaPeople is one of the most innovative partners we have in order to renew the CRM and xRM-area,” Microsoft’s Dynamics Partner Lead Thomas Gudman said in a statement. “Based on Microsoft technologies they create goal-oriented and valuable solutions for customers and other Microsoft partners.”
In addition, AlfaPeople was also received membership of the Microsoft Inner Circle and Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club. Only a limited number of dynamics partners which are in the highest sales ranks within the global partner network are admitted to the Inner Circle, the company said.
The Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club honors reselling partners in the top 5 percent within their region, whose commitment to customers is reflected in their business performance and high sales achievements.
Customer relationship management solutions help organizations to gain sustainable growth and attain operational efficiency. It is a technology that allows organizations to track and leverage every customer interaction to maximize revenue opportunities and improve customer loyalty.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is said to deliver high value, as it is flexible, and familiar, with an intuitive user interface, and is specially designed to fit any business, delivering ease of customization and integration.
AlfaPeople offers a complete range of Microsoft Dynamics CRM implementation, consultancy, development, training and support services. The company is said to have one of Europe’s largest teams of Microsoft Dynamics CRM dedicated consultants and developers. Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Amy Tierney
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