Dialog IT chosen for 2015 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club

Dialog IT chosen for 2015 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club

Recognised in top 5 per cent of Microsoft Dynamics partners world-wide

Dialog IT dynamics practice general manager, Darren Smart

Dialog IT dynamics practice general manager, Darren Smart

Brisbane-based IT services provider, Dialog IT, is now a member of the 2015 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club.

The club recognises the top five per cent of of Microsoft Dynamics partners worldwide.

Dialog IT’s dynamic practice general manager, Darren Smart, described the induction as a great honour.

“Being named in the club is true testament to our commitment to providing the best support and service to every one of our clients,” he said.

Microsoft business solutions sales and partners, corporate vice-president, Neil Holloway, said, “We are honoured to recognise Dialog IT for their achievements in this past year and for their dedication and support of Microsoft Dynamics applications.”

The Australian-owned IT organisation was acknowledged for exemplary performance during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), the vendor’s annual premium partner event held this year in Orlando, Florida.

“Award-winning partners contribute to the ecosystem and customer businesses alike through their exceptional commitment and expertise,” Holloway said.

Dialog IT is one of the largest Microsoft Dynamics providers in Australia. Its offerings include Microsoft Dynamics AX, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics SL, Dynamics CRM and FieldOne.

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