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Gulf partners join Microsoft Dynamics Presidents Club

Six Microsoft Gulf partners become members of the Club that recognizes top 5% of Dynamics partners worldwide.

Microsoft Gulf has named six business solutions partners to the Microsoft Dynamics Presidents Club. Al Futtaim Technologies, Al Alamiah Technology Group, Crux Information Technology, Fujitsu Services, International Networks Company and Itqan were recognized for their business performance.

Microsoft Dynamics is a line of financial, customer relationship and supply chain management solutions that help businesses work more effectively. Membership to the Microsoft Dynamics Presidents Club recognizes the top 5% of Dynamics partners worldwide based on highest overall performance, in addition to driving license revenue, new customer adds, support renewal, and year over year growth.

It gives partners access to benefits ranging from joint marketing campaigns to participation at global Microsoft events and regional partner advisory boards.

Tamer Elhamy, business solutions manager at Microsoft Gulf said, "Microsoft congratulates all our gold certified Gulf partners that have been named into the Presidents Club. We are proud that six gulf organizations are represented in the worldwide premier channel in the business solutions industry."

The organizations were recognized during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2008 held in Houston, USA.

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