Computer Resources, Inc. Receives Outstanding Sales Recognition From Microsoft Business Solutions

Memphis, TN – August 11, 2005 Computer Resources, Inc. recently received recognition from Microsoft® Business Solutions for outstanding customer commitment and sales achievement and was named to the Microsoft Business Solutions President’s Club. This recognition honors Microsoft Business Solutions reselling partners whose commitment to customers is reflected in their business performance and high level of sales achievement and customer satisfaction. Computer Resources has received President’s Club recognition for 14 consecutive years.

“Microsoft Business Solutions is pleased to honor Computer Resources, Inc. for its demonstrated strong commitment to customers as well as its high sales achievements,” said Don Nelson, general manager of managed partners, Microsoft. “We deeply value our relationship with Computer Resources and are pleased to recognize these outstanding accomplishments.”

Robert McFall, certified account executive for Computer Resources, attributes the success of the company to satisfied clients. “Most of our new customers are referrals from existing clients. People are pleased with the service we provide because they know that whether we’re installing a system, answering a simple question on the phone, or resolving a complex issue at their facility, every matter is addressed by a Microsoft Business Solutions certified accountant.”

Computer Resources provides implementation, training, and consultation in the Memphis and Mid-South area for small, mid-market, and corporate businesses using business applications. It specializes in the Microsoft Business Solutions–Great Plains® accounting application and partners with communications specialists to provide Microsoft Business Solutions CRM sales and customer service management software. Both products are customizable to individual company needs.

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