LS2 Consulting wins five energy contracts
Dubai, November 18, 2013
LS2 Consulting, a leading industry specific business solution provider, said it has secured more than five different new contracts in the oil and gas contracting industry.
These new deals have raised the group's portfolio value to over Dh10 million ($2.7 million) in the UAE, said a statement from LS2 Consulting.
A fast growing consulting firm based in Dubai, LS2 specialises in offering enterprise level solutions and professional services in the areas of ERP, CRM, BI with specific focus in certain chosen industries like manufacturing, retail, distribution, project services, field services and logistics, fresh produce, food processing.
It is also a partner of Microsoft Dynamics, a line of enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management software applications.
With a unique award winning solution supported by Microsoft Dynamics NAVand AX, Adeaca Add-On solutions and Hofinsoft EAM, LS2 created different recipes for success depending on the client needs, thus proving true to their 2012 Microsoft Dynamics Best Implementation Partner Award given out by the Microsoft Gulf subsidiary.
The new contracts signed will bring solution for three different sectors, including Legal services (Cedar White Bradley), Oil and Gas (Harris Pye, CC Energy Development – Oman and Dragon Offshore) and General Goods Import and Export (Intercontinental Tobacco FZ LLC), it added.
Maureen Mansour, the partner sales executive, Microsoft Gulf, said LS2 is a top-notch Microsoft Dynamics partner in the region which has consistently proven that it understands the unique needs and challenges of customers in the professional services industry.
"Their many successful Dynamics implementations are indeed a testament to this,” she remarked.
Over the years LS2 Consulting has evolved to provide unique industry specific solution along with its domain expertise to organizations in the region.
Shiva Kathiresan, the director of LS2 Consulting, said: "Understanding the requirements of the customer, providing a right solution and walking along with them to leverage the system, becomes very important in the success of the initiative."
"We have tuned ourselves for this over the years and currently, we believe our success is aligned with the consulting approach that we have initiated couple years before," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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