About Deep River
The Deep River Technologies team has been listening to our clients and solving real-world business problems for over a decade. Our common sense, “straight talk” approach creates a healthy environment for learning and success. We listen to understand first, and we speak to consult second. The relationships that we build with our clients form the foundation upon which we deploy software and other technologies to build solutions tailored to their business. Our highly experienced group of consultants will help your company triumph over today’s technology-enriched business challenges.
We work with midmarket companies with annual revenues between $25 million to $200 million. We are experts in areas such as Enterprise Resource Management (ERP), manufacturing, distribution, financial management, professional services and document management.
We are committed to solutions that grow as your business grows.
Deep River Technologies’ team began our professional collaboration as employees of GBA Systems in the mid 1990s. GBA was a highly successful company with a rich history of developing and delivering software solutions worldwide on the IBM mini-mainframe platform (AS/400) since 1975. Just prior to Y2K, GBA expanded their Business Solutions Division by offering software solutions based on the Navision ERP solution -- now Microsoft® Dynamics® NAV -- to mid-market companies.
The skill of our team coupled with the flexibility of Navision quickly empowered GBA’s clients with a cost-effective IT business solution of a scale previously available only to larger companies. In 2004 GBA employees Newell Price, Ted Koetter, and Vic Washington spun off the Navision group from GBA to form SoftBytes, LLC, known today as Deep River Technologies. Our company name may have changed; our commitment to helping our clients to achieve and exceed their goals remains the same.
Please contact us to learn more about our solutions at (336) 553-0350 or by using our Contact Form.
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