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Boyer & Associates Hosts First “Making Businesses Better” Event on October 21

Boyer & Associates Hosts Event Focused on Helping Businesses Improve Project Management

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 15, 2015

Boyer & Associates, a Minneapolis-based provider of Microsoft business management solutions, will be hosting its first session in its “Making Businesses Better” event series focused on improving project management on October 21, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Microsoft Technology Center in Edina, MN. This free event is geared toward companies and organizations that are looking to improve project management in their organizations.

“Every business can manage projects better. Having a project complete on time and on budget requires an active project manager able to get things done and handle the ever present desire for stakeholders to expand the scope of the project,” said Jack Boyer, president of Boyer & Associates.

Attendees will join speaker and facilitator, Lynn Anderson from Vision Companies, and learn best practices to better project management and steps to project success for their businesses. Anderson has had tremendous success managing system implementation and business initiative projects, with both large and midsized organizations.

Spots are filling up for the event! For more information on the event or to register, click here.

About Boyer & Associates
Since 1994, Boyer has helped growing and mid-market organizations throughout the upper Midwest to identify, evaluate, and implement technology solutions and resources that improve operational efficiency and increase revenue. As a Microsoft Partner, with Gold competencies in ERP, Boyer is the only Twin Cities based partner to offer local resources on all three middle market based ERP solutions (Microsoft Dynamics GP, Dynamics NAV, and Dynamics SL) Boyer has a strong focus in serving medical products companies and not for profit organizations. For more information, visit

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