But Cooper is ready and eager for the arrival of NAV on Azure.
"Even though we've already invested a lot in our own hosting infrastructure we feel that's a real plus for us," he said. "We went through the extra onus to get all that off our customers' hands, but that's not what we really want to be doing either." AVF wants to focus on being a value-added reseller and consulting practice, more than a hosting provider, he said.
"If Microsoft is saying, here's an official hosting solution for NAV that we're supporting, then we're totally on board with that," Cooper said.
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