Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: NAV credit & collections; Scheduler for D365; Denmark win; Baking with NAV

By: Linda Rosencrance

Anytime Collect Announces Improved Integration for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Anytime Collect by e2b teknologies has completed a direct SQL to SQL database integration for customers using Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

With the integration, NAV users can manage their credit and collections through Anytime Collect while ensuring that all of the most up-to-date data from Dynamics NAV is synchronized from their accounting applications, according to company officials.

The SQL to SQL database integration allows Anytime Collect to automatically sync data, such as customer accounts, contacts, invoices, payments and payment applications, directly from Dynamics NAV, officials said. As a result, collection representatives will always be working with the latest accurate information, eliminating the chance for errors.

“In creating the SQL to SQL integration for our Microsoft Dynamics NAV users, we were able to make the accounts receivable process even more automated and hands-off,” said Bill Henslee, CEO of e2b teknologies, in a statement. “We strive to make every process for our clients more efficient and this integration does exactly that.”

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TimeTrade Integrates Appointment Scheduling with Dynamics 365

TimeTrade, a provider of intelligent customer engagement, has released Scheduler for Microsoft Dynamics 365. This new application will enable businesses to access the full capabilities of TimeTrade right from within Dynamics 365.

With Scheduler, teams can schedule meetings with prospects and customers without ever leaving their Dynamics 365. That means they can toggle between calendar applications and Dynamics 365, where details about prospects and customers reside, according to company officials

Dynamics 365 users can use Scheduler to arrange multiperson appointments without leaving the app. It lets sales, customer success, support and marketing teams eliminate the calling, chasing and waiting that bog down the process of scheduling meetings with prospects and customers, officials said.

“The bad news for businesses is the process of scheduling meetings with prospects and customers has been broken for a long time,” said TimeTrade CEO Gary Ambrosino, in a statement. “The good news is that Scheduler fixes the problem. Scheduler puts prospects and customers in charge of booking meetings when it’s convenient for them, which speeds up time to revenue and increases customer satisfaction.”

SCALES, an NNIT Group Company Wins Agreement with the Danish Health Data Authority

SCALES, an NNIT Group Company, has inked a deal to implement Microsoft Dynamics 365 for the Danish Health Data Authority.

The Danish Health Data Authority is modernizing its data reception systems with Microsoft Dynamics 365. Over the next five to seven years SCALES will implement, maintain and further develop the system, according to company officials. The agreement enables easy and secure processing and sharing of large amounts of data.

The Danish Health Data Authority will be one of the first public organizations to implement Dynamics 365 on a wider scale, officials said.

“We are proud to meet the very high standards of the Danish Health Data Authority, including their high demands for quality,” said Jesper Outze, SCALES managing director, in a statement.  “The system could become the cornerstone of the reporting system in the public health care system.”

NNIT acquired SCALES in May, making NNIT a leading provider of Microsoft Dynamics 365 services in Denmark.

Talerico-Martin Bakery Selects SBS Group and Dynamics NAV to Address Their Expansion Needs

SBS Group has announced that Chicago-based Talerico-Martin Bakery has selected SBS Group’s Chicago office to implement Microsoft Dynamics NAV for its business.

Talerico-Martin’s need for a business solution stems from its growth. The business is currently building a new facility which will increase its production capability, according to company officials.

With increased production, Talerico-Martin realized they needed a solution that was flexible, yet powerful enough track its extensive operations. After their wide-ranging search, they settled upon SBS Group’s Stratos A365 for Dynamics NAV solution that’s deployed on Microsoft Azure, officials said.

“Our Stratos A365 for Dynamics NAV solution plus our ability to anticipate the future needs of Talerico-Martin allowed us to win their confidence and establish a healthy partnership,” said Paul Silvani, general manager of SBS Group Chicago, in a statement.

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.