SAN DIEGO, CA–(Marketwire – August 9, 2010) – RoseASP, one of Southern California’s largest providers of hosted Microsoft Dynamics solutions, today announced commercial availability of myGPcloud™, a Microsoft Dynamics enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution available on-demand in the cloud for the first time.
Companies can register now at http://www.myGPcloud.com for a 30-day trial of a complete Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Essentials or Advanced Management offering. RoseASP demonstrated myGPcloud to highly positive reviews at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference last month in Washington, D.C.
In a survey of 1,600 Microsoft Dynamics partners, RoseASP found that 80 percent of respondents were competing with hosted or software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions from other companies. To address this, the myGPcloud service is also available to Microsoft Partners and independent software vendors seeking a cloud-computing, on-demand offering that is fast and affordable to the mid-market. Partners will receive ongoing software revenue and can bundle consulting and technical-support services to generate additional revenue.
“As a Microsoft Dynamics Partner, we know that myGPcloud is a top-quality service built around a solid core offering,” said Ed Cowen, president and CEO of TTD Enterprises. Experts in managing implementation and support of Dynamics GP, TTD Enterprises helps small and medium-sized businesses operate. “I found myGPcloud easy to use. It only took me five minutes from beginning the sign‐up process to creating master files. The myGPcloud service offers the full suite of functionality as well as requisite office applications you will need to be effective.”
“We are pleased to align with RoseASP for customers seeking high-quality on-demand ERP software,” said Aubrey Smoot, vice president of business development of Apptix. Apptix is the world’s largest hosted exchange provider and an award-winning Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. “Apptix customers expect superior services and support and we believe that myGPcloud offers our customers the best combination of ERP software and services on the market.”
“Businesses of all sizes need the speed and flexibility of cloud computing for an increasing variety of applications,” said Linda Rose, president of RoseASP. “And because Dynamics GP is so well known, widely used, and user-friendly, it made sense to extend it into the cloud and create myGPcloud. Businesses can be running myGPcloud in minutes rather than days thanks to predefined setup features, and can try out service for one month without cost. The scalability, ease of use and lack of risk make myGPcloud a great option for those seeking a strong, reliable and proven mid-market ERP solution in the cloud.”
The myGPcloud service includes all of the rich accounting, business-intelligence and financial-management features of Microsoft Dynamics GP, as well as automated on-line provisioning, training videos and guides, template setup and technical support, and available integration to business portal, SharePoint, and customer relationship management systems.
The myGPcloud service has been developed by RoseASP, a division of Microsoft Gold-Certified partner Rose Business Solutions. RoseASP has specialized in hosting Microsoft Dynamics GP and other business solutions since 2000. RoseASP is a Partner powered portal.
RoseASP is a leading provider of hosted Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM applications. Since 2000, it has hosted systems for small and mid-sized companies and a growing number of Microsoft Partners around the world. With a highly skilled and experienced team of experts in hosting financial and accounting systems, related modules, and other third-party systems leveraging knowledge for customer success, RoseASP is committed to customer service. For more information about RoseASP, visit www.roseasp.com.
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