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Pebblestone Fashion meets certified for Dynamics NAV standard.
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May '08
Pebblestone Fashion International is proud to announce that its solution Pebblestone Fashion is the first vertical solution aimed at the fashion branch to meet the Certified for Dynamics NAV standard.

Being Certified for Dynamics NAV, the specialist add-on Pebblestone Fashion complies to the new Microsoft standard for partner developed software solutions that are based on Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It gives customers the ability to distinguish Pebblestone Fashion as a solution that complies to the stringent quality requirements set by Microsoft.

To obtain this certificate, the Pebblestone Fashion solution had to meet distinct requirements. The most important requirement was to pass rigorous independent testing in a variety of areas, including compatibility with Microsoft Dynamics NAV, backup and restore capability, extensibility, upgrade ease, and user assistance.

The test was conducted by the independent organization VeriTest, part of the US company Lionbridge. In addition, the certification required recommendation from current, active customers.

“We are very proud of this achievement” , said Jeroen Venus, CEO of Pebblestone Fashion International. “After being awarded 2007 Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year in Dynamics NAV which recognized our organization's professionalism, this certification means another important recognition. Now for our innovative solution. ”

“We congratulate Pebblestone Fashion International and welcome their solution Pebblestone Fashion in our Certified for Microsoft Dynamics program”, said Mogens Elsberg, General Manager Microsoft ERP.

“This certification underlines our conviction that Pebblestone Fashion is truly a value adding solution towards our customers in the international fashion industry and fully compatible with our Microsoft Dynamics NAV product line.”

Pebblestone Fashion International

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