Winthrop Dexterity Consultants was formed in September 1999 and when I joined Microsoft in December 2001, my wife Jennifer continued to run the business for almost five years before the Omni products were acquired by Rockton Software. The business as a Microsoft partner was put on hold at that time. When I found out I was leaving Microsoft, I restarted the business as Winthrop Development Consultants.
I have been involved with the Great Plains / Microsoft Dynamics GP Community for many years and for much of that time I have been friends with some of the most knowledgeable and helpful people in the community.
A number of these friends have been recognised by Microsoft for their contributions by being awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) status.
[Update: Winthrop Development Consultants now distributes its products directly]
Winthrop Development Consultants is proud to announce its Partnership with Mekorma. Mekorma is now the exclusive distribution and support partner for the Winthrop Development Consultants product range.
Following on from my posting last week about What can Winthrop Development Consultants do for you?, I just wanted to highlight that the Winthrop Development Consultants corporate web site is now live.
You have probably heard that I was made redundant (laid off) from Microsoft in October 2014 and have since restarted and updated the consulting business that I had before my 13.5 years with Microsoft as Winthrop Development Consultants.
Now I hear you ask, “What can David Musgrave and Winthrop Development Consultants do for you?”.
Well, read on to understand what Winthrop Development Consultants’ business model and plans are….
Winthrop because that is the suburb of Perth I live in, Dexterity (Microsoft Dynamics GP’s development environment) as that was my primary focus and Consultants as that is what I was doing.
This is my first post after announcing my leaving of Microsoft and restarting Winthrop Development Consultants. I must start by thanking everyone in the community that commented/liked/retweeted my blog posts and other updates. It was heart warming and very encouraging to know that I have so many friends out there.