US: CGS announced today that it has been named to the 2012 President’s Club for Microsoft Dynamics.
12 July 2012 | News | Source: Computer Generated Solutions Inc.
Computer Generated Solutions (CGS), a leading global provider of technology solutions, announced today that it has been named to the 2012 President's Club for Microsoft Dynamics.
The club represents the top five percent of Microsoft Dynamics partners worldwide who reach key business milestones while maintaining a consistent dedication to achieving customer satisfaction as well as product and technological advancement. This is the second consecutive year that CGS has received this distinguished honor.
"CGS exemplifies the outstanding Microsoft Dynamics partners whose commitment to customers is reflected in their business success and growth," said Doug Kennedy, Vice President of Dynamics Partners at Microsoft. "CGS continues to play a significant role in the continued success of Microsoft Dynamics and this achievement illustrates the quality and creativity that is found within the entire CGS team from top to bottom. We look forward to continuing this partnership for many years to come."
Membership into the esteemed club is based on the ability of Microsoft Dynamics partners to demonstrate significant customer impact by developing and delivering unique solutions that enable customers to drive their businesses forward and maximize efficiency.
"We are tremendously pleased that Microsoft has recognized our innovative solutions as well as all of the members of the CGS team that go into their development and delivery," said Mathilde Sanson, Vice President of Microsoft Dynamics at CGS. "The pace of today's global market requires companies to stay on top of the many demands throughout their organization and we take great pride in being able to deliver Microsoft Dynamics to help our customers meet those challenges."
The 2012 President's Club Reception and Partner Awards Ceremony will take place at WPC on Wednesday, July 11, 2012, from 6:15-9:30pm, at The Fairmont Royal York's Concert Hall, in Toronto, Canada.