Company history in milestones
Since its founding in 1990, much has changed at Assistance Software. The core has always remained the same however: innovation in efficient working methods in professional services.
2015: Member President’s club for Microsoft Dynamics for the second time
2013: Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2013 Partner of the Year Award Finalist
2013: Member President’s club for Microsoft Dynamics
2013: eXtremeCRM 2013 Rome, Winner Corporate App Challenge for Assistance PSA Mobile. Time entry using any mobile device.
2012: eXtremeCRM 2012 Las Vegas, Innovative New App Award for Assistance PSA for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011
2011: Assistance PSA certified by Microsoft. The Assistance Software Partnernetwork is growing worldwide. Introduction of Assistance PSA Flavors
2010: Assistance Software celibrates its 20th anniversary. Introduction of Assistance PSA for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. New Assistance PSA Partners sign contract.
2009: Assistance Software is divided into various operating companies. Assistance Software Solutions serves the Dutch market. Assistance Software International serves partners and supplies software abroad. Assistance Software Productions continues to guarantee continuous development in Naarden (the Netherlands). Both inspired by the technology and encouraged by feedback from end users (GVAS) and partners.
2008: First implementations by partners. First contacts for partnerships in the US
2007: First contracts with partners Astena (Belgium, CRONOS group) and Qurius (Netherlands, largest European Microsoft partner). Both are Gold Certified Microsoft Partners
2006: Assistance Software becomes a Microsoft Partner, a so-called ISV (Independent Software Vendor), and soon becomes a Gold Certified Partner. Starts developing partner channel. With Assistance Software as the supplier of PSO to Microsoft partners
2002: After numerous implementations in the architectural and engineering sector, Assistance Software decides to launch the broad implementation of PSO in the consultancy sector. As of this time, Assistance Software focuses on the broad market of knowledge workers (professional services). Educational institutions, healthcare providers, financial/administrative companies and organizations in the nutrition and climate sectors are added to the customer portfolio
2000: Renamed to Assistance Software. Founding of GVAS, the Assistance Software user association. Members provide valuable input for further development of PSO
1998: Contract with ONRI (Dutch Association of Consulting Engineers), with the same conditions as the BNA contract
1997: Contract with BNA. From this point on, members are given discounts on the purchase of Assistance Architect
1993: Various custom applications, such as an assignment for achitectural firm Van Hoeken Toes (Amsterdam), inspired the standard application Assistance Architect. Many architectural firms purchase this ancestor of the current PSO.
1990: Founded under the name FREElance Software Support. Objective: to develop custom applications for administrative purposes