By: Linda Rosencrance
Linkfresh Signs Major Software Deal
Linkfresh, a provider of food supply chain software, has signed a major deal with FamilyFarms Group that could be worth up to $5 million in joint revenues.
FamilyFarms Group is a farmer-owned organization that delivers business solutions for agricultural producers with a goal of “keeping families on the farm.” The company works with producers in 19 US states and four Canadian provinces and will introduce LINKFRESH ERP software to help members improve processes, maximize profits and remain competitive, according to company officials.
“Crop agriculture is changing. To think, we as crop producers, can use old technology in a precision ag environment and succeed is a mistake,” said FamilyFarms Group CEO, Allen Lash. “At FamilyFarms Group, we researched several ERP platforms and chose Microsoft Dynamics NAV and LINKFRESH. LINKFRESH is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and has more ERP experience than anyone else in the vegetable, fruit and food industry.”
IPI Solutions Nigeria Partners With Microsoft
IPI Solutions Nigeria, Limited has been chosen as Microsoft’s 1 Tier partner for its recently introduced Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program for West and Central Africa region and Nigeria.
Under the CSP partnership, IPI Solutions Nigeria will be able to provision Microsoft cloud services covering the markets of the Angola, Botswana, Cabo Verde, Cameroun, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia.
The partnership will allow IPI Solutions to integrate its cloud marketplace into the Microsoft CSP program by enabling its customers to quickly and conveniently deploy Microsoft Cloud services, including Office 365, Azure, Enterprise Mobility, Dynamics CRM Online, and the new Microsoft Dynamics AX cloud offering, stated Adamu Garba, IPI Solutions Nigeria’s CEO.
2B Diverse Workplace Integration Solutions Joins Socius’ Affiliate Program
Business technology and consulting company Socius has accepted 2B Diverse Workplace Integration Solutions, a Vancouver-based Microsoft Dynamics NAV Partner, into its national sales affiliate network.
2B Diverse Workplace Integration Solutions was formed in 2008 by Suresh Rampersad, a certified Microsoft NAV consultant. The company’s primary technologies are Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Since the creation of the Microsoft Dynamics Master VAR program in October 2011, Socius has accepted more than 25 organizations into the program, according to company officials.
Through Socius Affiliate Services, Socius provides its affiliates with business development, marketing, brand, and readiness support while the affiliates continue to sell to and service their existing customers and grow their individual businesses.
“This affiliation is welcome news not only for both of these firms, but for our customers in the Northwest United States and Canada as well,” said Jeff Geisler, CEO and senior managing director of Socius, in a statement.
Hitachi Solutions America Announces Latest Ecommerce Release
Hitachi Solutions America Ltd., a provider of global industry solutions based on the Microsoft Cloud has announced that the latest release of Hitachi Solutions Ecommerce is now available.
With this latest release, Hitachi Solutions Ecommerce is fully compatible with Microsoft Azure, and also integrates with the new Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016, according to company officials.
This two-way integration means that customers always have the most up-to-date, accurate information at their fingertips.
“For instance, orders flow smoothly from the front-end store to the back-end system for processing and fulfillment, and the inventory, pricing, and product details that reside in the back-end flow back to be displayed on the online store,” according to a statement.
With this Ecommerce update, new out-of-the-box templates are mobile-optimized with responsive web design that responds to any device that a shopper is using, officials said. The screen automatically modifies itself to the resolution, image size, and scripting abilities of the device used at the time.