BAKER TILLY has expanded its technology consulting practice with an official partnership with Microsoft Dynamics.
The agreement with Microsoft allows Baker Tilly to sell user licences and provide implementation and enhancement services for the Microsoft Dynamics line of business software products.
More than 220,000 companies worldwide currently use Microsoft Dynamics, a suite of enterprise resource planning (ERP) products. It supports business functions including finance, supply chain, business intelligence, performance management, collaboration, project management, manufacturing and HR management. It can be delivered either via Cloud computing or on-premise.
Initially, Baker Tilly will focus on Microsoft Dynamics AX – a multi-language, multi-currency ERP business software with global business management features for financial, human resources and operations management.
Baker Tilly chief operating officer David Gwilliam said: “Partnering with Microsoft for Dynamics services further cements our technology consulting capability, significantly enhancing our advisory services to businesses in the mid-market sector. We look forward to helping our clients make their businesses more efficient with Microsoft Dynamics, and we are excited by the growth prospects this offers our business.”
Vanessa Kyte, partner lead of Microsoft Business Solutions UK, said: “We look forward to a long association with Baker Tilly and, with their exceptional business expertise, are confident they will ensure our customers maximise the significant business benefits from their Microsoft Dynamics investments.”
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