Beaverton, Ore. (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
Orchestra Software today announced it is the recipient of the SAP® North America Regional Partner Excellence Award 2014 for Marketing Best Practices. Awards were presented by SAP (NYSE: SAP) to the top-performing SAP partners in North America that have made outstanding contributions that impact overall SAP sales and pipeline-generation goals. Orchestra Software received its award during the SAP Americas Field Kick-Off Meeting (FKOM) 2014, held Jan. 21-23 in Las Vegas.
“Orchestra Software is honored to accept this award from SAP, which further validates our strategy of building industry-specific software and leveraging innovative marketing best practices to build our business,” said Orchestra Software President, Brad Windecker.
“SAP’s support of our marketing strategy and co-sponsorship of industry trade shows have allowed us to get directly in front of our target market to reach more customers who have benefited from our solutions built on SAP Business One,” said Orchestra Software Vice President, Reshad Kazimee.
Selected from SAP’s wide-ranging North America partner base, nominations for the SAP Regional Partner Excellence Awards were based on internal SAP sales data. A steering committee composed of regional and global SAP representatives determined winning partners in each category according to numerous criteria such as sales achievement and performance. Awards were presented in a variety of categories, including overall sales, innovation, technology, services and solution-specific areas.
“SAP congratulates Orchestra Software as the recipient of the SAP North America Regional Partner Excellence Award 2014 for Marketing Best Practices,” said John Graham, head, Ecosystem and Channels, SAP Americas. “They have excelled in their partnership with SAP, extending the value of SAP applications and services to our joint customers. These awards highlight the benefits of SAP’s partner ecosystem – which allows us to lengthen our reach and drive customer success.”
“As an SAP gold channel partner, we work closely to bring solutions to market that leverage SAP’s decades of expertise in enterprise software with Orchestra Software’s industry knowledge and expertise in software development and delivery,” added Windecker. “One of our solutions, OrchestratedBEER, has become the market leader in the craft beer industry in just two years. Working with SAP has enabled us to bring a solution to market that helps our brewery customers be competitive in their fast-growing industry. Building our solution on the solid foundation of SAP Business One allows Orchestra Software to focus on the industry-specific functions that are critical to our customers’ success.”
SAP FKOM is an annual gathering of SAP executives, SAP field employees and partners. It is SAP’s largest yearly sales meeting, intended to drive success during the upcoming year. Colleagues across the region gathered in Las Vegas to gain and exchange updated information on SAP’s strategy, sales methodology, best practices, business growth opportunities and product innovations. This year’s SAP Americas FKOM hosted more than 6,400 attendees from the region.
About Orchestra Software
Orchestra Software is an enterprise software company that creates industry specific business management software that is scalable for mid-sized enterprises, but affordable for small growing businesses. Orchestra’s industry-specific software provides customers with functionality tailored to their industry, consolidating all company operations into one single application. Our solutions provide an unparalleled insight into the business, creating opportunities for cost savings, increased profitability, and increased competitiveness.
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