Help us fight deforestation in Africa

Important Microsoft Dynamics Africa Partner Communication

We are at the start of a new financial year for Microsoft and for us as African partners, FY18 is going to be a very exciting year with the launch of two new Microsoft Azure Data Regions on our continent and (fingers crossed) the launch of D365 Business Edition Financials.  The start of the new fiscal has also seen the launch of a new initiative by Dynamics Africa and we are excited to share our plans with you.

Already effective from the 1st of July 2017 until the last day of this financial year on 30 June 2018, Dynamics Africa will be planting ONE tree in Africa for every Microsoft Dynamics User Licence sold by a Dynamics Africa partner.  This includes users for:

  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  • Microsoft Dynamics GP
  • Microsoft Dynamics SL
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365

All users count (full NAV & GP users; limited NAV & GP users; Self-Serve GP Users; SL BRL Users & SL Light Users; D365 full as well as team member users)

What do you need to do?  Well, sell Microsoft Dynamics…easy as that, we will take care of the rest.  During the course of the next 18 – 24 months, we will be sharing photos, news, and project reports of the newly planted trees.  We will be sharing some campaign logos and content which you are free to use in your sales proposals and presentations as a Dynamics community social responsibility initiative.

Feel free to contact me should you require any further information or if you would like to pledge any additional contributions for this initiative.

Deforestation is having a crippling effect on our beautiful content.  Change starts with each of us…

Regards

Nick Botha – MD Dynamics Africa (nick@dynamicsafrica.biz)

Nick is the Managing Director of Dynamics Africa, a Value Added Distritution Partner focusing on Microsoft Dynamics NAV, GP, SL, CRM and D365 Business solutions. Through a channel of highly skilled business partners Dynamics Africa focusses on the expansion of the Microsoft Dynamics brand in Africa through the delivery of localised ISV offerings.

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