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H One hosts Microsoft Dynamics CIO meeting

H One (Pvt) Ltd and Microsoft hosted CIO’s and Heads of IT of leading Sri Lankan enterprises to a roundtable discussion on Microsoft Dynamics Solutions. The session was led by Special Guest Sandie Overtveld, Microsoft Regional Director of Dynamics Business Applications, who provided an insight into trends across the region and the future of ERP solutions, the local company said.

Presenting the Microsoft Dynamics Roadmap, Mr. Overtveld demonstrated how Dynamics would enable the visionary goals that Microsoft has for the future of business and how Sri Lankan companies can leverage this forward thinking technology to push their organizations ahead of the curve.

Microsoft Dynamics is a fully integrated ERP & e-business software solution that seamlessly automates all business processes and applications. Designed to adapt to your business rather than forcing you to change to the software, MS Dynamics ensures an easy fit with your existing systems and familiarity for your employees, enabling confident decision making and a smoother transition.

“By selecting Microsoft Dynamics as their ERP of choice, Sri Lankan customers will be able to leapfrog to a next generation business model by easily adopting the most advanced processes and technologies in their infrastructures,” said Samath Fernando, CEO of H One (Pvt) Ltd. A Hirdaramani Group venture, H One (Pvt) Ltd. provides infrastructure and business solutions to leading enterprises in the country.

The company has grown in a short period of time and also achieved considerable success with its solutions partners moving rapidly from Licensing Partner status to Enterprise Solutions Provider status across the board. This includes achieving Tier 1 partner status with Microsoft, a distinction held by a select group of companies, they also partner with other industry leaders such as Adobe, Symantec, Checkpoint and Kaspersky.

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