Crowe Chizek wins Microsoft business award
Public accounting and consulting firm Crowe Chizek (now known as Crowe Horwath) has been named to the Microsoft Business Solutions President's Club. The President's Club honors an elite group of Microsoft Dynamics partners for their commitment to customers and success in extending the Microsoft Dynamics platform to drive business advantages in companies worldwide. This is the fourth year in a row Crowe has received this prestigious award.
The elite club recognizes the top 5 percent of Microsoft Business Solutions partners worldwide and their dedication to delivering solutions that meet their customers' needs, their active pursuit of product and technological advancement and their impressive sales performance.
"Microsoft is proud to congratulate Crowe Chizek on being named to this year's Microsoft Dynamics President's Club," said Doug Kennedy, vice president, Microsoft Dynamics Partners. "Crowe has demonstrated a high level of product expertise and has provided a superior level of service and commitment to our Microsoft Dynamics customers, ultimately contributing to the overall success of Microsoft Dynamics and companies worldwide," he said.
Crowe works closely with the teams at Microsoft to maintain a comprehensive understanding of the Microsoft Dynamics platform. This knowledge, combined with a deep understanding of customers' business needs, enables Crowe to help customers leverage the full value of their Microsoft investments and achieve the enhanced customer service, productivity and operational efficiency that promote growth and competitive advantage.
Crowe helps clients improve through revenue enhancement and operational improvement solutions. The firm also offers Microsoft Business Solutions software including Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
"Crowe is proud to be recognized as a company that has elevated the standard for delivering Microsoft Dynamics line of products," said Crowe Performance Consulting Managing Executive Joseph Santucci. "We owe this recognition to both Crowe thought leaders and our clients who work together to improve organizational performance by leveraging Microsoft technologies."
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