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it suits Fashion launched
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Feb '08
it suits IT, Microsoft Certified Partner from the Netherlands, launches it suits Fashion. The add-on solution to Microsoft Dynamics NAV covers the requirements of apparel, footwear, sporting goods and accessories companies.

“We are very proud to be able to launch this new solution so quickly after starting the company. We will market and sell it ourselves in the Netherlands, and through a network of resellers abroad”, says Sales Manager Theo Doelman.

“We are in the process of getting the solution certified by Microsoft, in that way clearly confirming the quality. The next step will be to get the Certified for Dynamics certification, which will make our solution stand out in the crowd even more”, managing partner Paul Jonker readily adds.

Marketing manager Yildiz de Leeuw remarks: “Our status of Certified Partner will soon be upgraded to Gold Certified Partner with these important steps. It will be another recognition for our knowledge and expertise.”

“Maybe even more important is the fact that this solution has been developed by people with extensive hands-on industry knowledge and an impressive track record in the world of Microsoft Dynamics add-on solutions and in the fashion industry”, is the opinion of product manager Gerdien Cammeraat.

“It is a challenge to build the solution further, staying level with Microsoft technology and enriching its functionality. We can hardly wait for the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV2009, but our ambitious roadmap keeps us quite busy already as well”, is the heartfelt statement of development manager Willy Exterkate.

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