ProLink Solutions Selects Iteration2 Commander Series and Microsoft Dynamics AX as their Integrated Enterprise Solution

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World’s largest golf GPS manufacturer supports tremendous growth with Iteration2 and Microsoft, beating out Oracle and SAP.

Iteration2 (, the fastest growing Microsoft (MBS) Axapta Gold Certified Partner and 2005 US MBS Partner of the Year, announced today that ProLink Solutions has chosen Iteration2’s Commander Series as their Field Service Automation solution and Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Axapta) as their Enterprise Software Platform, beating out heavy competition from Oracle and SAP.

Based in Tempe, AZ, ProLink Solutions industry-leading technology and marketing richness is used at more than 700 resort, private and public courses worldwide -- more than triple the installations of all its competitors combined. World-famous course partners of ProLink include Valderrama Golf Club in San Roque, Spain, Dai-Takarazuka in Osaka, Japan and Kapalua Resort in Maui, Hawaii. The world’s largest golf-course management companies, including Pacific Golf Management, Meadowbrook, Kemper Sports, Evergreen Alliance Group and Billy Casper Golf feature ProLink systems at their courses, and the golf-industry trend shows a reported 20 courses are adding GPS to their golf-cart fleets weekly. For more information, visit ProLink on the web at

“We are constantly looking at new ways to streamline our operations and enhance our customer services and satisfaction,” said Chuck Sherman, Chief Operating Officer at ProLink Solutions. “We have experienced tremendous growth and have outgrown the abilities of our disparate legacy systems. We needed an enterprise solution which provided strong manufacturing and financial management, but also needed to have a strong service and repair component to satisfy the demands of our rapidly growing business. Iteration2’s field service solution, Commander Series, integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX was the answer to our challenges. In addition, the commitment of the Iteration2 team, their strong technical knowledge, and their superior customer satisfaction track record gave us the confidence that we had found the right solution and right implementation partner,” Chuck said with enthusiasm.

“ProLink is an industry leader for golf cart GPS technology and we are thrilled to have earned their business,” said Scott Cone of Iteration2. “The combined Commander Series and Dynamics AX solution will help ProLink schedule field resources and parts arrival more efficiently, setting a new bar for the industry. They will certainly be a very prominent client for Iteration2.”

“Our many partners deliver innovative solutions that help organizations like ProLink Solutions meet their business objectives,” said Sherry Willman, Desert Mountain Area General Manager, Small and Mid-Market Solutions and Partners Group, Microsoft Corp. “Iteration2 has significant experience in field service solutions and implementing Microsoft Dynamics AX. As such, they are uniquely positioned to serve ProLink Solutions well as they move forward with the integrated Commander Series and Dynamics AX solution.”

About Iteration2

Iteration2 is headquartered in Irvine, CA, and provides its clients with a superior enterprise software implementation experience at an attractive price. This combined with Microsoft integrated technology stack and unsurpassed financial strength provides a platform for today and tomorrow. Iteration2 is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, a leading provider of Microsoft Axapta, and recently announced the 2005 US MBS Partner of the Year.

Iteration2’s vertical industry expertise, software industry domain expertise, and exceptional technical skills with Microsoft technologies provide their clients with clear strategic business advantage. Iteration2 is based in Irvine, CA and has sales offices in strategic locations throughout the United States. Please visit the company’s website at

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