Computer Productivity Services’ Customers Benefit from Microsoft Convergence
OAKVILLE, Ont.—Every year, Microsoft Convergence conference gives customers and partners the opportunity to meet to maximize the benefits from Microsoft existing and new technology. More than 8,000 people across North America attend annually. Computer Productivity Services’ (www.cpsinc.ca) customer Aaron Leifling from The Printing Plant attended the most recent event.
“This was one of the most valuable conferences that I have ever participated in. With more than 400 sessions just on Dynamics GP, I was able take back a multitude of information to my company that we could use to help streamline our business processes and eliminate some of the extra steps when using the system. I was able to meet with other users and administrators to share experiences, as well as collaborate. With the release of Dynamics GP 2010, a portion of the sessions were geared towards the features of this release. When we upgrade to Dynamics GP 2010, The Printing Plant will gain valuable tools to help analyze key areas of our business so that accurate decisions can be made to help us grow.”
The Printing Plant has been using Microsoft Dynamics GP fully integrated with CPS Print Management system since 2005. At Convergence, Microsoft demonstrated its long-term commitment to Dynamics GP by featuring a development road map over the next eight years.
CPS continues its commitment to R&D, as well, to maximize the synergy between Microsoft and its Print Management system. “We believe there are significant benefits in the ability to seamlessly connect production with the Microsoft Office family of products,” says Gerald Clement, senior partner, Computer Productivity Services Inc.