What is the Dynamic Presidents club and Inner Circle Award and who’s in it for 2013

The CRM Dynamic industry seems to me quite a small but if you are looking for the top CRM companies to work for there are a couple of lists which may give you a bit of insight.  Most of the big CRM companies have successful CRM blogs/youtube videos etc and you will have probably heard of them (often by the MVP’s that have working for them)

The Presidents Club and the Inner Circle.  When I read the names of these it sounded like something out of a Sherlock Holmes book and perhaps a group of anarchists.   Here is how Microsoft defines the two groups, which you can read here

The 2013 Partner Recognition Program for Microsoft Dynamics recognizes our top Microsoft Dynamics partners for their exceptional FY13 performance.

To achieve 2013 President’s Club for Microsoft Dynamics, partners must demonstrate a strong combination of revenue or customer adds, plus license growth.

A small number of strategic partners from across the globe will be invited to be part of the 2013 Inner Circlefor Microsoft Dynamics based on their stellar sales performance in FY13. Partners will qualify to be considered for Inner Circle based on performance and those who have demonstrated consistent business leadership and strategic impact on the growth and success of the Dynamics business.

 

My definition of this is basically these contain the companies which have sold/generated the most money in Dynamics CRM.  This is a useful list if you want to know the biggest CRM companies, it is also updated every year

A list of the 2013 Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle award winners can be found here.

A list of the 2013 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club award winners can be found here.

 

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