Microsoft Business Solutions–Navision 3.60 Now Available in Bulgaria

SOFIA, Bulgaria, June 5, 2003 — Microsoft Business Solutions has announced the availability of Microsoft® Business Solutions-Navision® 3.60 for the Bulgarian market. As of June, small and medium-sized businesses in Bulgaria may purchase a localized version of Microsoft Navision 3.60, formerly known as Attain®
, which is an integrated business management solution that comes with a track record for cost-effectiveness and quick and easy implementation.

Customized for the Bulgarian market, Microsoft Navision 3.60 is the first fully localized enterprise resource planning (ERP) product to be offered to the Bulgarian market by Microsoft Corp. Earlier versions of Microsoft Navision have been sold in Bulgaria through local partners since 1998. Today Microsoft Business Solutions has more than 20 customers in Bulgaria, and works with three local partners in the Bulgarian market that are responsible for selling the product and servicing the customer: KPMG (Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Service Provider Navision); LLP (Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Partner Navision); and Team VISION (Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Partner Navision).

“The availability of Microsoft Business Solutions–Navision 3.60 is the result of our commitment to serve effectively the dynamic and ambitious companies on the Bulgarian market, the significance of which we value highly,”
said Teodor Milev, general manager of Microsoft Bulgaria.
“Bulgaria is one of the many fast-developing markets in Eastern Europe that continue to innovate when it comes to doing business. We’re pleased to play a role in the business innovation being driven by customers and partners in the region as they continue to stride toward realizing their potential.”

Carl Langhorn, area manager at Microsoft Business Solutions International, said that the Bulgarian release of Microsoft Navision 3.60 is another example of Microsoft’s commitment to delivering business solutions to companies across Eastern Europe and the rest of the world.
“Our focus on the Bulgarian market is part of our mission to deliver interconnected solutions to customers and partners in Eastern Europe and in new markets around the world,”
he said.
“As our products and services continue to prove to be valuable assets to our business partners and customers, Microsoft Business Solutions looks forward to increased availability worldwide.”

About Microsoft Business Solutions

Microsoft Business Solutions, a business group of Microsoft, offers a wide range of integrated, end-to-end business applications and services designed to help small, midmarket and corporate businesses become more connected with customers, employees, partners and suppliers. Microsoft Business Solutions’ applications optimize strategic business processes across financial management, analytics, human resources management, project management, customer relationship management, field service management, supply chain management, e-commerce, manufacturing and retail management. The applications are designed to provide insight to help customers achieve business success. More information about Microsoft Business Solutions can be found at .

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