Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Rentals for Dynamics 365; Fresh food partnership; P2PE for Dynamics ERP; Finnish D365 win

By:  Linda Rosencrance

Sycor.Rental for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Available on Microsoft AppSource

Sycor.Rental, a provider of solutions for the rental, trade, service and maintenance of mobile goods is available for Microsoft Dynamics 365 on Microsoft AppSource. The solution is Certified for Microsoft Dynamics 365.

“With Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations as its basis, Sycor.Rental is a scalable, flexible cloud solution with role-specific mobile access to processes, data, and business insights,” said Lars Podszuweit, Head of Product Management at Sycor Group, in a statement.

The cloud capabilities of Dynamics 365 allow rental companies to globally network their locations and help them grow at their pace, according to company officials. Sycor.Rental’s integration into the standard project module of Dynamics 365 for Operations lets users more easily manage rental projects.

Socius Partners with LINKFRESH to Deliver Business Software Solutions for Fresh Food Producers and Distributors

Socius has partnered with LINKFRESH to provide a combined solution leveraging Microsoft Dynamics 365 to give fresh food producers and distributors a platform for business growth and competitive advantage.

Combined with Dynamics 365 and LINKFRESH, Socius’ solution allows fresh food producers and distributors to more quickly and efficiently move, track and trace products to market – in real time – through an integrated cloud solution, according to the companies.

In addition, Socius’ solution also makes it possible to incorporate Microsoft Dynamics 365 for customer engagement to extend the benefits of a cloud business management platform to include fresh food suppliers’ customer and vendor data seamlessly, officials said.

“We are very excited to be the premier LINKFRESH partner in the United States to provide this solution built upon Microsoft Dynamics 365,” said Bill Knapp, senior managing director, Socius, in a statement. “Our depth and breadth of experience and expertise in the horticulture and distribution industries as well as our proven agile implementation approach give Socius a solid foundation on which to provide these solutions to organizations across the fresh food supply chain.”

Bluefin Payment Systems and Nodus Technologies Announce the Availability of PCI-Validated P2PE for Microsoft Dynamics ERP Users

Bluefin Payment Systems, a provider of PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE) solutions for enterprises and retailers, has teamed up with Nodus Technologies to provide Bluefin’s PCI-validated P2PE solution through Nodus’ integrated payment processing platform. Nodus Technologies specializes in integrated electronic payments for Microsoft Dynamics GP, AX, NAV and CRM.

Through the partnership with Bluefin, Nodus can now provide its clients with Bluefin’s PCI-validated P2PE solution directly through the Nodus processing platform, boosting payment security and reducing PCI scope with no change to the payment transaction flow, according to officials of the companies.

“We are very excited to add Bluefin’s P2PE solution to our platform. It secures the final layer for those companies that use computers to enter cardholder data,” said Chester Ritchie, president of Nodus, in a statement. “A large Microsoft Dynamics GP company asked us to create this product as it would greatly decrease their PCI scope. We are happy to offer it now as a product other companies can use to protect themselves and cardholders. The demand for such a product has been overwhelming.”


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Finnish Service Company Selects Innofactor as the Implementer of Their ERP System

Innofactor has inked a deal to implement a Dynamics 365-based solution for sales, project and financial management.

Various functionalities can be built later around Dynamics 365 for project management and the control of tasks performed on the field, according to company officials. The first phase of the project, valued at EUR 0.5 million ($560,874), will be implemented this year.

Innofactor has expanded its offering of Microsoft cloud-based business solutions in the Nordic countries. The focus of development for Innofactor is in the Dynamics 365 solution. Innofactor itself was among the first companies that started using the Dynamics 365 solution, company officials stated.

“Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a strategically important solution area for us,” said Innofactor’s CEO Sami Ensio. “We want to be the leading provider of Microsoft Dynamics 365 solutions. We believe in significant growth of demand in cloud-based business solutions in the Nordic Countries in the next few years. In terms of growth, we may be talking about annual growth figures of three digits. This project is an important delivery for us in this area.”

About Linda Rosencrance

Linda Rosencrance is a freelance writer/editor in the Boston area. Rosencrance has over 25 years experience as an reporter/investigative reporter, writing for many newspapers in the metropolitan Boston area. Rosencrance has been writing about information technology for the past 16 years.

She has covered a variety of IT subjects, including Microsoft Dynamics, mobile security issues such as data loss prevention, network management, secure mobile app development, privacy, cloud computing, BI, big data, analytics, HR, CRM, ERP, and enterprise IT.

Rosencrance is the author of six true crime books for Kensington Publishing Corp.