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Press Release: Navigator Announces Sponsorship of ASUG SAP Business One Conference 2016


SALT LAKE CITY, Utah  September 26, 2016 – Navigator Business Solutions, the premier value added reseller of cloud based enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, announced it is a sponsor of the ASUG SAP Business One Conference (b1.asug.com) for 2016. The conference is being held September 26-28, 2016 at the Hilton Miami Downtown in Miami, Florida.

“Our sponsorship of the conference attests to Navigator’s commitment and belief in the value of ASUG” said Eric Dahl, VP of Marketing at Navigator. “We are always excited to be a part of an experience with significance such as this.”

ASUG SAP Business One Conference is a one-of-a-kind annual event for small to midsize businesses and SAP ERP customers using SAP Business One. It is an event where the North American SAP Business One community hears from SAP Business One experts and fellow SAP Business One users.  It includes state-of-the-art solutions by partners, hands-on workshops, and trainings of how to leverage SAP Business One software to transform businesses and drive better results.

Additional Information:

About Navigator Business Solutions

Navigator is the premier Cloud value added reseller and SAP Cloud Partner of the Year for SAP Business One and ByDesign software platforms, services and proprietary add-on software. Navigator’s cloud first, agile methodology has enabled effective implementations for over 500 small and medium sized manufacturers, distributors, professional and commercial service providers, retailers, and industrial focused companies worldwide.

For more information, visit: www.nbs-us.com


Media Contact:

Sarah Chairez, Marketing Coordinator

Navigator Business Solutions





To read the initial press release, click here

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