June 11, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tony Rappel, Spokesperson
Avastone Technologies, LLC
Microsoft case study brings added credibility to Fox Valley consulting firm
LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. – Microsoft recently published a case study featuring Avastone Technologies, LLC of the Fox Valley.
The case study outlines Avastone’s deployment of Microsoft Dynamics GP and associated functionality for the Fargo and West Fargo Public School Districts in Fargo, N.D.
The decision to go with Microsoft Dynamics GP was a logical one according to Mark Lemer, business manager of West Fargo Public Schools.
“While it had the functionality we needed, Microsoft Dynamics GP also fit with the technology we were already using, including Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel,” he said.
Fargo Public School’s IT Director Bill Westrick echoed Lemer’s words, “The way Microsoft Dynamics GP ties in so easily with SQL Reporting Services has transformed how our managers oversee their budgets.”
Increasing worker productivity and work flows, along with hands on training are some of Avastone’s keys to success in the ERP software market.
“Having such an experienced staff of consultants, engineers and support helps put our client’s minds at ease as we move from initial talks to implementation,” Avastone Principal Sherry Berg said. “That experience and reputation has helped us grow our practice from Northeast Wisconsin to around the country.”
To read the full Microsoft case study, please visit: http://www.avastonetech.com/GPforEDU.
Avastone Technologies, LLC is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner–Microsoft Dynamics GP with locations in Little Chute, Madison and Pewaukee, Wis. and Lisle, Ill. Avastone serves clients throughout the U.S., specializing in web design and development, e-commerce, custom software development, Microsoft Dynamics and SharePoint implementation, scanner and label/barcode solutions for a variety of industries including retail, financial, manufacturing, healthcare, education and travel.