By: Linda Rosencrance
ScanWorkX is a three-tiered architecture with setup done inside Dynamics AX, so users have a familiar interface, which minimizes the training required for new users, according to eNSYNC. DSI officials said that Microsoft’s commitment to offering Dynamics AX in cloud, partner-hosted and on-premises models aligns with its deployment flexibility.
“We have been impressed with the quality of the ScanWorkX software and the strong emphasis the management team places on customer and employee satisfaction. eNSYNC is a great cultural and business fit for DSI as we continue to invest in mobile-first supply chain solutions that are certified for enterprise software,” said Matt McGraw, President & CEO of DSI, in a statement.
The companies plan new integrations into DSI’s mobile application development platform, as well as Microsoft Dynamics and IFS to extend capabilities to areas like route sales, direct store delivery and field services, said Roger Resley, President & CEO of eNSYNC.