Day 2 of Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2013 is officially in full swing. Today’s Microsoft Dynamics news story focuses on the SMB customer market.
HOUSTON — July 9, 2013 — In the information-age economy, technology can be a huge competitive advantage — particularly for smaller companies. As small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) gain a foothold in today’s markets, Microsoft continues to invest in ways to help them compete.
“Today, the Microsoft Dynamics platform can provide the flexibility and power to serve a multitude of business needs,” says Neil Holloway, corporate vice president of Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) Sales and Operations. “Windows Azure and cloud services are increasingly making it possible for smaller companies to have the same computing muscle as their larger competitors.”
Holloway says that while new technologies available today can level the playing field for smaller companies, it’s Microsoft’s competitive partner ecosystem that is really helping SMBs get the technology they need. At the Worldwide Partner Conference this week in Houston, partners from all over the globe have gathered to take a look at new solutions and technologies designed to serve companies of all sizes and learn more about Microsoft’s continued investments in partner programs.
Access the complete press release on the Microsoft News Center.