New Partnership Allows SlickData to Implement Gravity’s Robust Accounting Solution
Detroit, Michigan – November 9, 2016 – Gravity Software™(Gravity) the #1 accounting software written on the Microsoft CRM platform, today announced its partnership with Slickdata to provide consulting and implementation services to the company’s clients. Slickdata, a Microsoft partner, helps drive operational efficiencies to growing businesses by taking full advantage of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 (aka Microsoft CRM) platform.
“We are very excited to be partners with the team at Slickdata” said John Silvani, President & CEO of Gravity. “They bring extensive knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform with a proven track record to help Gravity’s customers of all sizes. Now they can offer a fully integrated Financial and CRM on a single platform that makes knowledge transparent throughout an organization. We look forward to working with their team.”
Gravity’s robust accounting software provides small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) the distinct advantage of having their financials and CRM fully integrated on one platform. There’s no need to manage two separate databases. By utilizing the Microsoft Dynamics CRM cloud based platform, Gravity makes it simple for businesses to operate from anywhere without all the startup costs associated with other accounting applications.
“Historically, in the small and medium-size business space, CRM applications and ERP applications have lived on separate platforms, operating with siloed databases, toolsets and processes,” said Rocky Pavicevic, President & CEO of Slickdata. “We’ve had the experience of being part of many Microsoft CRM integrations with various accounting systems over the years. Gravity goes a long way in bridging the gap between front office and back office. Many of our customers, and I believe prospects, will be excited to have the opportunity to more easily create a true 360-degree view of the customer within one application, in addition to bypass the need for translating business logic between disparate systems. We’re very excited about the opportunity.”