TSL Marketing Wins Deal With European Microsoft Partner HSO

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Microsoft partner HSO chooses IT marketing agency TSL marketing for demand generation campaign for Dynamics AX in Italy.

We evaluated a number of IT marketing agencies across Europe and Italy in particular, including ones recommended by Microsoft. In the end we chose TSL because they demonstrated the best understanding and had the strongest experience in generating demand for Microsoft Dynamics solutions in Europe

IT marketing agency TSL Marketing (http://www.tslmarketing.co.uk)] today announced that it has won a contract with Netherlands headquartered software company HSO (http://www.hsombs.com)] to provide lead generation services targeting Italy.

Employing more than 150 people, HSO is an approved Microsoft partner with offices in Europe, North America and Asia. The Company provides enterprise solutions based on Microsoft Dynamics AX and other Microsoft Server technologies. HSO's project delivery is unique because of its predictability. HSO uses a distinguished and proven implementation methodology to deliver predictable results and ROI based on fixed scope, fixed price approaches.

According to Giorgio Rossi, CEO at HSO Partners srl Italy, "We evaluated a number of IT marketing agencies across Europe and Italy in particular, including ones recommended by Microsoft. In the end we chose TSL because they demonstrated the best understanding and had the strongest experience in generating demand for Microsoft Dynamics solutions in Europe".

Michael Kelly, TSL's Managing Director commented, "We are delighted to be chosen by HSO after such a thorough review of IT marketing agencies across Europe. TSL has made considerable investment in our Microsoft Dynamics expertise over the years and we have great confidence in our ability to market these solutions worldwide".

This announcement follows TSL's May 2009 press release announcing three new Microsoft partners (Unisys, Calyx Group and Ward Solutions) as clients.

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