Create new SQL Table summary with Customer and total users

I have a current {dbo.ContractParkerCards} table, which has specific fields I would like to group into 1 summary table based on a Customer Lastname field and QTY of users under that customer - see below

dbo.ContractParkerCards

CustomerLastName     UserLastName     CustomerNumber    UserNumber
Bigos                               Smith                       1                                  1
Bigos                               Apelgate                  1                                  2
IPC                                  Rogers                      2                                   3
IPC                                  Graham                    2                                   4

The summary report table needs to look like:
Customer                 CustomerNumber                       QTY Users
Bigos                              1                                                   2
IPC                                  2                                                   2
John-S PretoriusTechnical Service Manager, Mid-AtlanticAsked:
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Brian CroweDatabase AdministratorCommented:
A view might be a better option.

SELECT C.CustomerNumber, C.CustomerLastName,
	COUNT(UserNumber) AS UserCount
FROM dbo.ContractParkerCards AS C
GROUP BY C.CustomerNumber, C.CustomerLastName

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John-S PretoriusTechnical Service Manager, Mid-AtlanticAuthor Commented:
Thank you sir, and yes I will make sure to use this in a view - it makes total sense.
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