Boyer & Associates to Host ERP Client Events in May for Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics SL Users
Minneapolis – May 10, 2011 — Boyer & Associates, (Boyer) a leading provider of business management ERP solutions for mid-sized businesses announced today that it will be hosting two Microsoft Dynamics client events for Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics SL users on May 12 and May 19 respectively.
The free events will be held at the Microsoft office in Bloomington, MN from 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Attendees will have an opportunity to see Microsoft’s latest products, learn about new versions and releases, hear client case studies and network.
“We are pleased to be hosting these events for our clients once again this year. Users of Microsoft Dynamics GP who are looking to upgrade to the current release (Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010) should attend this event. It’s a great opportunity to see the new product in action and learn why upgrading makes sense. For our Microsoft Dynamics SL clients, we are very excited because this is the most significant update to this product in many years.
Increased project and distribution functionality, better data retrieval and integration tools will all be shown and discussed,” said Jack Boyer, President of Boyer & Associates.
For more information on the events, click here.
About Boyer & Associates
Boyer & Associates, a Minneapolis-based firm, resells and consults on accounting/ERP products including Acumatica, Microsoft Dynamics SL and Microsoft Dynamics GP. The firm provides implementation services, custom tailoring, integration, report writing and support services for each product. Boyer won three national awards in 2010; Bob Scott’s VAR Stars 2010, Microsoft’s President’s Club 2010 and Accounting Today’s 2010
Pacesetters Award. Boyer delivers on their client’s vision by offering the best technology choices, configurable and tailored software, and team collaboration. Boyer also offers budgeting solutions with Microsoft Forecaster and a web-based industry specific budgeting tool for medical associations. For more information, visit www.boyerassoc.com.