MBS Dev, a leading distribution industry ERP and e-commerce value added reseller for Microsoft Dynamics® AX is pleased to announce it has been named to the
2012 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club
. This achievement is a direct result of MBS Dev’s outstanding dedication to customer satisfaction through the delivery of innovative business solutions.
The Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club honors high-performing Microsoft Dynamics partners with commitments to customers that are reflected in their business success and growth. This prestigious group represents the top 5 percent of Microsoft Dynamics partners worldwide. Membership is granted based on their continual, committed efforts aimed at offering solutions that meet the needs of their customers; the acknowledgement came during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2012 in Toronto.
“Microsoft is proud to recognize MBS Dev for its outstanding sales achievement,” said Doug Kennedy, vice president, Microsoft Dynamics Partners and Support Services. “This honor is a direct reflection of MBS Dev’s outstanding group of employees and management team, all of whom should be very proud of this accomplishment. MBS Dev plays a very important role in the growth and success of Microsoft Dynamics.”
MBS Dev is
dedicated to vertical solutions
for independent distributors in the business, janitorial and sanitation, industrial, and technology supply industries. The company’s innovative suite helps streamline business operations, grow online ordering, and improve customer experiences. By collaborating with the teams at Microsoft, MBS Dev maintains a comprehensive understanding of the Microsoft Dynamics platform to provide innovative solutions, services and unparalleled value to Microsoft Dynamics customers. Previous honors include a 2012 Customer Excellence Award in the
“We are honored to be named to the President’s Club,” said Paul Hesser, Chief Operating Officer, MBS Dev. “Offering technology built on the Dynamics AX platform helps keep our customers up to date and better compete with national chains.”