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Olister Rumao is a Software Engineer with CloudFronts Technologies. Being an innovative mind, Olister has shown his capability to master the Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems. His constant research and extraordinary coding ability has led him to successfully deliver on US based client projects related to ERP implementations. He has transformed himself to adapt to the new system from Microsoft Dynamics NAV to Business Central and gained immense expertise. 

CloudFronts is a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner which offers complete Dynamics 365 (Customer Engagement, Finance and Operations, Business Central) implementations, Power BI Analytics, Office 365 and Azure Infrastructure services. The team has deep expertise in delivering and supporting the customers through all aspects of their implementation from strategic technology consulting and road-map, requirements assessments, project implementation, training, migration to post go live managed services and support. The company has vast experience in digitally transforming corporates in sectors such as banking & financial services, professional services, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, F&B, retail, agro-tech, non-profit and several others. CloudFronts commenced its operations in the year 2012 to empower organizations around the world, do more with technology.

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