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Meet SOCO's new,
all women
Business Central team

SOCO has doubled in size in the last year and one of the exciting developments is our all-woman Business Central team. Priscilla Liew joined SOCO’s Brisbane office as a Microsoft Dynamics 365, Business Central Architect, and soon became the lead of our first ever all-female team.

In Australia, women currently hold less than a third of all technology jobs, according to an Australian Computer Society report. Even less for women in tech leadership roles.

At SOCO, we believe that although achieving a balanced gender mix remains a challenge, it’s one worth striving to overcome.

Whilst establishing SOCO’s Business Central practice in 2020 Priscilla found that skilled and experienced Business Central staff were particularly hard to find.


In addition to technical expertise, it requires a thorough understanding of financial operations, so it was a happy coincidence that the best candidates for the roles were women.

– Priscilla Liew, Business Central Practice Lead

Dynamic women improving ERP

Bronwyn Healing and Emelie Nilsson joined the Business Central team in 2021 to work with Priscilla delivering projects across Australia. All team members are passionate about delivering real improvements to every customer’s business.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a proven business management solution that helps SMEs automate and streamline business processes, improving their productivity and efficiency. For Australian companies with international operations, managing their financial, HR, warehousing and supply chain can be a major compliance and logistical challenge.

Featured image (above), left to right; Nehal Shah Dynamics 365 Consultant, Priscilla Liew Dynamics Business Central Solutions Architect, Bronwyn Healing, Business Central consultant, Emelie Nilsson, Business Central Consultant

Real world success story

Recently, the team applied their technical skills to help a Brisbane company with offices in 15 countries, change the way they manage their finance and operations, migrating 10,000 global inventory items into one end-to-end solution.
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