Ideaca, a Canadian based consulting firm that helps customers through a portfolio of management consulting, advisory, implementation and support services, announced today their partnership with WatServ, expert providers of Cloud Computing Services for hosted Microsoft Dynamics AX, SharePoint, CRM and Business Intelligence solutions. This partnership allows Ideaca and WatServ to deliver innovative, leading-edge solutions to the Waterloo market and Canada overall.Ideaca has extensive experience around Dynamics and overall application management. Together, Ideaca and WatServ can provide clients with enhanced solutions in the Cloud that include all required infrastructure, software, IT skills and customer support. The end benefit to clients will be rapid professional deployments, guaranteed service levels and ability to manage integration in a complex environment with no IT or capital investments required.
“Ideaca is a leader in the Dynamics ERP and Cloud Computing space as evidenced by being named Dynamics ERP and Windows Azure Platform SI Partner of the Year at the Microsoft IMPACT Awards,” said Mike Alkier, Managing Partner, Ideaca. “We are very excited to work with WatServ and jointly cement our reputations as leaders in innovative technologies for the Waterloo market. This partnership allows us to support midmarket and enterprise organizations with secure private Cloud solutions enabling them to transform their data center operations into a scalable and flexible on-demand infrastructure.”“This is an excellent strategic fit for both companies,” said Tom Doerner, President, WatServ. “We share similar values in providing high value-added services for our customers as well as serving the same vertical markets in the USA and Canada as Ideaca. WatServ expertise and experience with private Cloud Computing for hosted Dynamics AX extends Ideaca’s consulting services and application management offerings. Our customers will realize immediate benefits and costs savings, with a true wholly managed application and infrastructure environment.”