Visionet Implements Dynamics AX for Dutch LLC
Microsoft partner Visionet Systems Inc. has successfully implemented Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 integrated solution for Dutch LLC. Dynamics AX along with Visionet’s EdgeAX accelerators, was implemented in ten months.
The integrated solution lets Dutch more efficiently fulfill customer requests for its luxury brands by providing a universal omni-channel operating model, company officials said.
Deployed on Microsoft Azure, the solution will enable Dutch to provide its customers with enhanced and personalized shopping experiences to support the global expansion of the business, official said.
“This Omni channel solution is helping us to exceed the ever-evolving expectations and needs of our customers by providing them with an enhanced, brand-right experience across all channels,” said Michael Saunders, chief operating officer of Dutch, in a statement. “This solution provides a cost effective platform to facilitate our expansion and growth across all channels.”
Retail Realm, Banctek Team to Boost Payment Protection for Dynamics Retail
Retail Realm, a developer and distributor of retail software developer and distributor, has announced its new payments integration with Banctek Solutions, a merchant services and payment processing provider.
The “Banctek Connect for Microsoft Dynamics” integrates with Retail Realm’s entire product line, including Microsoft Dynamics Retail Management System (RMS), Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail, and Retail Realm Essentials powered by Microsoft Dynamics. It also integrates with the company’s new retail management solution launching in May Retail Management Hero, according to officials of the two companies.
“Banctek’s partnership with Retail Realm gives us the unique ability to offer integrated payment technology for Microsoft Dynamics products and a better experience to retailers in traditional verticals, as well as to retailers operating in verticals that may have been turned away by other processors,” said John Contogiannis, VP of Sales & Marketing, Banctek Solutions.
Camargo Leverages Xpertdoc to Enhance Business Proposal Efficiency
Microsoft Gold Partner Xpertdoc Technologies Inc., a provider of customer communications management (CCM) software, has announced that Camargo Pharmaceutical Services has selected Xpertdoc’s CCM platform and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Connector to create, manage, deliver, and archive templates and proposals directly from the Microsoft platform.
Camargo provides drug development services, specializing in the 505(b)(2) process, which is a holistic approach for developing products. In the past, the company created more than 350 proposals a year through Dynamics CRM, but ran into issues because there was no CCM platform, officials of the companies said.
“Without centralized template control and a modern CCM platform, we had document workflow challenges,” said Camargo CEO and President Ken Phelps, in a statement. “Working with Xpertdoc means all of our messaging and branding will be consistent across each unique proposal, and the whole process is automated from generation to delivery without significant manual intervention.”
Xpertdoc’s CCM platform and the Dynamics CRM Connector manage customer documents through an totally electronic process – from template creation, editing, document delivery, and final archiving – eliminating inconsistencies and inefficiencies, officials said.
Rand Group Becomes Tier 1 Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider
Microsoft Gold Dynamics ERP Partner Rand Group has been selected as a Tier 1 Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider.
Partners who have demonstrated a unique ability to manage the entire customer lifecycle with Microsoft Cloud Services are invited to apply to the program but only a few are chosen, according to company officials. Rand Group offers Microsoft Dynamics AX, Dynamics GP, and Dynamics NAV.
Tier 1 partners sell Microsoft Cloud Services as well as work with customers from sales through to implementation, billing, and support. There are approximately 1,000 Tier 1 partners worldwide and tens of thousands of Tier 2 partners, officials said. However, there are only a few Tier 1 partners who are also Gold Certified in Microsoft Dynamics and/or who provide the Dynamics ERP suite, according to officials.
“Becoming a cloud solution provider is going to allow us to control all aspects of the process from sales to billing – turn- key solutions that include dedicated cloud support,” said Lorenzo Fife, director, infrastructure at Rand Group, in a statement. “For the client that has historically received two or more separate invoices for services they receive (Azure consumption, Office 365 subscriptions, Microsoft partner consulting or services) they will now have one point of contact – one throat to choke as it were. For us, it means being able to provide our clients with a seamless cloud experience.”
CuroGens Approved as Microsoft Tier 1 Cloud Solutions Provider
CuroGens Inc., a global systems integrator and Microsoft partner, has been selected as a Tier 1 Microsoft Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP), which means it can sell cloud services, including Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online along with their own offerings and services.
“Being accepted as a Tier 1 provider means we’re able to offer cloud solutions on a highly competitive level,” said Jesper Kehlet, CEO of CuroGens, in a statement. “As the key point of contact for all of our customers’ needs, this certification allows us to offer deeper support as well as more flexibility and choices in business intelligence solutions. Simply stated, we’re better equipped to help our customers use technology to succeed in business.”
As part of the CSP program, CuroGens will continue to offer its custom business products including CuroGens mv360, a Dynamics CRM and Azure-powered integrated customer service and dealer portal solution for OEMs that manufacture configured-to-order units sold and serviced through dealer networks, according to company officials.
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