Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: AX supply chain solution; New Dynamics practice hire; EMEA Partner Program member; E-signature ISV growth

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by Linda Rosencrance

I.B.I.S Rolls Out Next-Gen Advanced Supply Chain Software

I.B.I.S. Inc., a Sonata Software company, has a new release of Advanced Supply Chain Software for Microsoft Dynamics AX.

The new release adds three new modules to Advanced Supply Chain Software: Advanced Sales and Operations Planning, Advanced Procurement Management and Advanced Demand Planning, according to company officials. The solution has full compatibility with cumulative update 9 for Dynamics AX 2012 R3

The software was developed working closely with distributors and manufacturers, and is a direct response to their needs, says I.B.I.S. Advanced Supply Chain Software offers industry-specific functionality for Microsoft Dynamics AX, such as trade promotion management, advanced pricing and rebates, sales and operations planning, demand forecasting, advanced quoting and sourcing, lost sales tracking, inventory allocations, consignment and vendor-managed inventory and much more, officials said.

Dan Blake Joins SC&H Group’s New Dynamics Consulting Practice

SC&H Group, an audit, tax, and consulting firm, has announced that Dan Blake has joined the firm as a principal in its new Microsoft Dynamics Consulting practice.

Blake specializes in CRM and business intelligence and has over 25 years of software development and systems architecture/engineering experience

His subject matter expertise is an asset to the firm’s new Microsoft Dynamics Consulting practice, which was established to help companies grow strategically by leveraging Microsoft’s enterprise business solutions, according to company officials.

“Dan brings extensive business process knowledge and Microsoft product expertise to our firm, adding to the solutions suite we can offer both existing and new clients,” said Ron Causey, CEO and co-founder of SC&H Group.

Before joining SC&H Group, Blake served as a senior consultant at Microsoft, where he led the customization and delivery of major CRM implementations. Since 2004, Blake has focused on providing custom solutions and commercial software products built on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform.

Blake has attained nearly 20 Microsoft and Cisco certifications, including several related to the design, customization, implementation, and deployment of solutions on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform.

Advanced ConsultCRM Now Part of the EMEA’s Dynamics Partner Program

Having met the program criteria including business results, industry expertise and subject matter expertise, Advanced ConsultCRM (Advanced) has been tapped to take part in the European Microsoft Dynamics Industry Partner Program for the financial services sector.

The program is intended to showcase Microsoft’s most successful ERP and CRM partners within specific industries, and provide investment to those partners to help them grow, according to officials of the two companies.

“Advanced has extensive experience within the financial services sector and this enables our customers to best use CRM to its full potential to improve efficiencies, generate new revenue streams, remain competitive, and produce better intelligence for improved performance,” said Simon Fowler, managing director, Advanced Business Solutions, in a statement.

The software provider is also a member of the Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle and is a member of the Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club.

New Integrations with Dynamics Partners Helps AssureSign Double Revenue

New integrations with Microsoft Dynamics partners and enhancements to user experience have helped electronic signature company AssureSign improve its performance in 2015. The company announced that it doubled its annual revenue in 2015. It also attracted 15 new Dynamics CRM reseller and referral partners and grew its Dynamics CRM new partner roster to more than 50 globally, including Experlogix, UXC Eclipse, PowerObjects and Adxstudio, which was recently acquired by Microsoft.

About Linda Rosencrance

Linda Rosencrance is a freelance writer/editor in Massachusetts. She has written about information technology for 10 years. She has been a journalist since the late 1980s. She wrote for numerous community newspapers in the Boston area, where she covered politics and was a high-profile investigative reporter. She has freelanced for the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald. She is the published author of four true crime books “Murder at Morses Pond,” “An Act of Murder,” “Ripper”, and “Bone Crusher” for Kensington Publishing Corp. (Pinnacle imprint). She has just started her fifth true crime book for Kensington.