Sikich Partners with Solomon Cloud Solutions to Provide Dynamics SL Consulting Services

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Sikich Partners with Solomon Cloud Solutions to Provide Dynamics SL Consulting Services


Byline: Sikich LLP

NAPERVILLE, Ill. Oct. 24, 2017 Professional services firm Sikich LLP announced Tuesday that it will partner with Solomon Cloud Solutions to provide consulting services and support to its Dynamics SL customers. Solomon Cloud Solutions, the original architect of Dynamics SL, which was previously known as Solomon Software, has more than 35 years of experience with ERP solutions.

"Our customers will benefit from Solomon Cloud Solutions mature and in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics SL," said Mike Suglich, a partner in Sikichs technology practice. "At the same time, Sikich will continue to help customers identify and implement the best long-term ERP solutions for their businesses, including the latest Microsoft Dynamics 365 products."

Sikichs technology practice offers leading technology solutions in partnership with both Microsoft and Oracle NetSuite. A Microsoft Cloud Service Provider, Sikich has expertise in technology implementations and provides customized support across industries, including manufacturing and distribution, energy, and professional services.

Solomon Cloud Solutions is a software engineering company specializing in software development and consulting. Solomon developed Solomon Software to provide advanced accounting functionality for small and medium-sized businesses and project-driven organizations.

"Sikich is a top Microsoft partner, and we are excited to partner with them," said Ruth Ann Ellerbrock, president of Solomon Cloud Solutions. …

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