October 26, 2022
With the acquisition, Sourcepass’ small and medium-sized business (SMB) clients can now access this sophisticated tool, along with Sourcepass’ support and wide portfolio of other IT solutions.
Sourcepass’ Chuck Canton
“We are always looking for ways to help our clients evolve their technology as their businesses grow,” said Chuck Canton, CEO and founder of Sourcepass. “Many companies who have outgrown other applications move to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for its more robust reporting and multi-user capabilities.”
Canton said that smaller companies, however, may not have the budget for the platform or may lack the technical expertise to transition to a new system.
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“As an enhanced technology service provider, we help our clients enjoy the benefits of Microsoft Dynamics,” Canton continued. “[We also help] make sure they are maximizing the value of the system while we take care of the back end.”
With Sourcepass, SMBs are able integrate Microsoft Dynamics 365 with other business applications. Sourcepass provides organizations with all technology through one vendor. This eliminates the hassle of keeping licenses and subscriptions current, the company said.
Sourcepass holds certifications such as Microsoft Small Business Specialist, Microsoft Dynamics Customer Satisfaction, and Microsoft Dynamics GP Circle of Excellence. Effectively, this allows the company to help with implementation and accelerate their clients’ business growth.
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