Some are too small, some are too big and some are just right. Here’s a tip on
1) What size companies do you typically work with as clients? 2) What size organization are you?
Neither question has just one right answer – it all depends on what is right for you as the client. For example, say you are a
How many employees does the software reseller/partner have? Again, there is no single right answer here. A very small VAR organization with just one or two employees might focus on just one project at a time and give you VIP treatment, boutique style. But then again, what happens when they move on to a new client? Will you get the attention you want? Will there always be someone in the office to answer your
A point in this independent
“Most companies were very satisfied with the consulting partner they used to implement the solution; however, some companies found their needs would have been better met by an implementation partner that focused on working with customers more similar to them in size. For example, one customer using a large consulting organization found that although its consultants were able to effectively manage the deployment and deliver results, they weren’t “low end” enough to support ongoing questions or challenges that came up after the initial deployment – so the company switched to a smaller organizations for ongoing needs.
Organizations considering a Microsoft Dynamics GP deployment should keep in mind that their implementation partner requires careful consideration as well. Checking references with similar scale and scope of deployment and establishing how much ongoing support will be delivered before you begin will help you to manage expectations and consulting expenses appropriately.”
If you are a small to medium sized company (10-250 employees) located in Connecticut or Massachusetts, CAL Business Solutions is the right size partner for you.
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