HSO is experienced in recovering failing or lost projects
Large ERP & CRM implementations require vast amounts of trust and excellent relationships. A new customer must believe that their partner will successfully implement their system to fully meet needs. Occasionally, a new customer will choose a partner that is not a good fit for them and this can lead to a failed or incomplete implementation. If you recognise this issue, you are taking the first step to saving your project.
HSO is proud to have many years of experience with Microsoft Dynamics AX, CRM & Dynamics 365 in a wide range of diverse industries. This makes us a highly capable, reliable and trustworthy partner for Microsoft Dynamics customers. Many of our existing customers come from implementations made by other partners.
Our extensive background has enabled us to leverage our skills to assist customers who were experiencing issues with their previous Microsoft Dynamics partner.
Some warning signs to look out for:
- Partner didn’t complete a full discovery
- Feeling that your Microsoft Partner doesn’t understand your business
- General perception of not being listened to as a customer
- Lack of strategic approach
- Missed deadlines & budget checkpoints
- Proposed ROI not materialising
- Standard features missing
Take your business forward – You’re in safe hands with HSO
When it comes to Microsoft Dynamics, HSO have the experience to deliver throughout the complete lifecycle of the solution.
Contact the HSO Customer Service Team to learn more about our unique plan of approach on project recovery and how we work with you to achieve results.
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