As Microsoft Corp. unveils its latest Great Plains enterprise resource planning software suite, the Redmond, Wash. software firm finds itself in a unique position within the enterprise resource planning technology market, according to one industry observer.
According to some Canadian channel partners attending Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference this year in Toronto, the software giant is making great strides to help small- and medium-sized businesses deal one of their biggest pain points: integration.
Specialist Microsoft Corp. enterprise solution provider nVisionIT has been awarded Certified Software Advisor (CSA) status for Microsoft Business Solutions CRM. According to Helen Mills, head of nVisionIT's CRM division, the company has successfully delivered CRM solutions on the Microsoft platform over the past three years.
Microsoft Corp. pushed out a new release of its business portal software that aims to deliver new self-service features for employees and help companies dynamically adjust to changing conditions by using key performance indicators.
A report issued June 4 by the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) organization has called for a national innovation strategy to enable Canadian manufacturers to keep pace with technological advances around the globe.