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InterDyn Adds Two Microsoft Dynamics Partners to National Network

New York, NY, November 15, 2012 --(PR.com)-- InterDyn is pleased to announce that two highly respected VARs, LBMC Technologies and L. Kianoff & Associates have joined their national network of providers.

The firms share like-minded decisions to join as it was very much about being a part of a network of resellers and consultants and expanding their product reach and knowledge set to remain competitive.

“We are proud to be part of this select association as it allows us to partner with these other strong firms on projects while providing extended solutions to our clients,” said LBMC Technologies managing partner Stacy Schuettler. “Given the drastic changes currently taking place in the technology industry, many consulting firms are being conservative. We are making big investments to continue to grow and expand our expertise and solutions offerings as are the other InterDyn firms. At the end of the day, my goal is to continue to add more value to our clients, provide continued learning and growth opportunity to our employees, and to ensure our long-term success.”

Lisa Kianoff is also looking forward to the partnership opportunities the InterDyn network will bring, as well as adding to the firm’s growth potential.

“You don’t commit to something like this if you don’t see it as another way to add value. In this business no one is smart enough to figure it out all themselves. You need collaboration and this [affiliation] takes it to another level,” said Kianoff. “We present ourselves as a larger, virtual company and offer our pool of resources to other InterDyn companies. We are confident our InterDyn relationship will add to our success.”

The addition of the two firms strengthens an already formidable national firm with software and services for Microsoft Dynamics Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Microsoft Dynamics Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Microsoft SharePoint, Cloud Solutions, Intacct, Business Intelligence, IT Managed Services, IT Networking and Infrastructure, and Custom Application Development.

“These firms cover additional geography and bring great new talent to InterDyn overall and we are delighted that they have joined us,” said John Hendrickson, CEO of InterDyn.

About InterDyn
InterDyn is a leading network of partners dedicated to the sales, consulting, service and support of Microsoft Dynamics solutions. InterDyn focuses on integrating and delivering all aspects of a client's business needs including Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), e-Commerce, Association Management, Systems Engineering, Business Process Consulting and Custom Application Development. InterDyn’s network of experience, proven methodologies and world-class consultants ensure customer success on every level. www.interdyn.com.

About LBMC Technologies
LBMC Technologies, LLC, a comprehensive IT and business consulting company, has nearly two decades of proven experience working with companies on their core business needs including financial and business management software, network infrastructure, and cloud based solutions. LBMC Technologies differentiates itself from other firms by offering a consultative approach to each company’s needs in order to provide a ‘best in class’ solution that helps them improve productivity, reduce complexity, and strengthen ROI. With three offices, LBMC Technologies services small to Fortune 500 companies across the Southeast. Services include implementation, training, and support of Financial, CRM, SharePoint, and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software solutions as well as network engineering, remote managed services, business intelligence and custom application development. For more information on LBMC Technologies, visit www.lbmctech.com.

About L. Kianoff & Associates
L. Kianoff & Associates, Inc., located in Birmingham, Alabama, is an award winning provider of Business Management, Accounting Software, and Cloud Solutions. The company specializes in the support of multi location restaurants and health care practices, which also get to take advance of L. Kianoff’s large payroll support department. It also has a significant client base of distributors and light manufacturers. Services include needs analysis, workflow processing, software sales, installation, training, support, customization services and project management. For more information on L. Kianoff & Associates, visit www.kianoff.com.

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