The sun never sets on growth
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“If you want to be really great at something, you have to specialize,” said Berend-Jan van Maanen, CEO at SaaSplaza. As the world’s leading Microsoft Dynamics Online solution provider and only Microsoft Gold Certified Hosting Partner specifically focused on Dynamics, SaaSplaza clearly practices what its leaders preach. Such commitment has paid off handsomely too, with the Netherlands-based company earning membership to the Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle for service and sales achievement two years in a row. Achievements such as that put the company amongst the top one percent of the most successful Dynamics partners globally.
Follow the sun
Want to run your AX, NAV, or GP environments on any Microsoft Azure datacenter around the world? SaaSplaza wants to help. From subscription creation all the way through to a global 24/7 "Follow The Sun" support model, the company accompanies its customers every step of the way on their cloud journey.
Founded in 1998, SaaSplaza existed in its early years as a hosting business for generic applications. While a successful endeavor, the business model didn’t lend itself to substantive growth. Then in 2008, the company’s founder started noticing the high demand for Dynamics in the cloud. Seeing a golden opportunity, he switched the company from a hosting business to value-added services, making the company cloud Dynamics specialists. “We grew in sync with the success of Dynamics in the European marketspace,” said van Maanen. “And we did that even before Azure.”
Catering to different audiences
From partners to large enterprises, the company has managed to earn a reputation as a key trusted advisor. “I think that has to do with our investing a lot of time and effort to build a really good cloud platform that we can deliver quickly and easily, so companies can focus on running their own businesses,” said van Maanen.
Although SaaSplaza delivers services across industries, the company works a lot with ones that have decentralized environments, such as retail or automotive. Clearly, those industries can benefit the most from central enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications.