Accenture and Avanade Named to 2011 President's Club for Microsoft Dymanics CRM

Accenture and Avanade have been named to the 2011’s President’s Club for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The companies were jointly recognized as being in the top five percent of partners worldwide. The pair received the honor for its performance as a Microsoft Dynamics CRM partner and its commitment to customers. 

The CRM market is quickly accelerating due to technological advances and this recognition demonstrates that the companies will be strong players in the CRM market field, said Scott Harrison, Accenture’s global lead for the Microsoft alliance.

“Being named to the President’s Club for the third year in a row is a testament to the strong partnership between Accenture, Avanade and Microsoft,” said Yoon-Sung Lee, senior vice president of the North America CRM service line at Avanade. “This recognition gives us more fuel to continue developing superior CRM services and delivering results on the Microsoft Dynamics platform.”

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