Our IT consulting services focus on Microsoft technologies that empower communication, collaboration, and social engagement.
“Working with Coldwater has afforded me the luxury of extending my staff without having to hire additional staff. Their team provides strategic planning quarter by quarter and month by month. Extremely flexible and always accommodating.”
“Coldwater Software has been phenomenal in the build out and support of our Office 365 with SharePoint and a custom CRM. The development, testing and implementation was all completed on time or ahead of schedule with no down time or loss of data integrity. Since the implementation, the ongoing support has exceeded our expectations.”
“Coldwater provided the type of consultants that any company utilizing outside help would be lucky to have. We needed someone with broad development knowledge that could learn quickly and build a tier of our application independently, and they hit that on the head. The code they produced was of top quality that not only will help us with the product we built together, but also provide a great learning resource for how to structure any development project.”
“One of the things that I liked best about Coldwater Software was the effort they took to precisely identify our needs and offer several ways to implement solutions, including build vs. buy scenarios. Everyone I worked with were very professional and extremely experienced. I look forward to working with them in the future.”
“We had a strategic challenge with our internal processes and tools that required significant and sophisticated expertise across a broad spectrum of technologies including Enterprise Data Warehousing, ETL, Integration, line of business backend, ERP and CRM systems along with the ability to quickly ramp up and propose a strategy to address a problem that is both technology and process/people oriented. Coldwater did a fantastic job working across multiple internal constituencies and building bridges across the various landmine strewn political landscapes to build consensus within these groups and lead an effort to refurbish internal tooling and drive process changes.”