‘We have deep depth.’ Yogi Berra
If Yogi is right, Tricension is doing pretty well. While the economy has created challenge, we continue to move the company forward through, hard work, innovation, and attentive customer service. Read on for our latest news and updates.
Microsoft Partner Update
All Tricension team members are Certified Microsoft Professionals and the team has recently achieved Silver Microsoft Network Partner level in five capabilities including: Midmarket Solutions Provider, Web and Software development and the Data Platform. Additional certifications are just days away.
Solutions recently delivered include:
A certified Ambulatory EMR/Practice Management systems for ‘specialty providers’ which received the federal government’s ‘meaningful use’ stamp of approval
Healthcare billing platform used by a healthc
are billing service
Business Intelligence portal used by a manufacturing firm for sales reporting and demand based predictive scheduling of product manufacturing
Business Intelligence portal used by facility managers to understand consumption of public utility services by tenants
CRM/xRM solutions in manufacturing and financial services
SharePoint 2011 solutions in healthcare
Our architects wanted to make you aware of some industry news in Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, SQL Server and Silverlight.
New releases of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and SharePoint 2010 deliver intuitive seamless integration as described in this MSDN blog.
Gartner’s recent report for customer service in the contact center setting
In addition, our Business Intelligence practice noted recent changes in the Magic Quadrant for the Business Intelligence product industry: Review the Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence
What is Denali? Hint: New SQL Server release, with Master Data Services and blazing fast performance.
Learn about Silverlight 5
Lastly, as you know Tricension leads with Business Process Improvement and then selects the right technology to deliver the business solution. Here is a recent Thinking Bigger Business Magazine article written by Mike Lammers regarding the importance of understanding the firm’s value chain then supporting growth with technology.