Sunrise Technologies Announces Release of the Sunrise 365 Retail Replenishment Solution
Sunrise Technologies, a provider of Microsoft Dynamics ERP, CRM, and BI consulting services, has released a retail replenishment solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Sunrise 365 Retail Replenishment automatically replenishes inventory for retail stores based on data within Dynamics 365, with no additional integrations, according to company officials. Microsoft Power BI dashboards embedded throughout the tool offer key insights to users within the interface.
With traditional retail replenishment tools, large amounts of data have to be transferred to third-party software, calculated, and sent back to the backend systems, according to company officials. Because the Sunrise 365 Retail Replenishment tool lives inside Dynamics 365, it reduces the time it takes to plan and execute retail replenishments.
“This new release is a milestone for Sunrise,” said John Pence, president and founder of Sunrise, in a statement. “Thanks to the innovation and hard work of Sunrise employees, our customers can replenish their stores’ inventory more efficiently, with less complexity, built within the solution they already own.”
Canadian Tech Company Develops Solution for Fundraising in the Non-Profit Sector
Technology consulting and software development firm Frequency Foundry has developed a donor management solution dubbed Amplify on Microsoft Dynamics 365. Frequency Foundry provides software solution to manage fundraising activities, campaigns, and donor relationships.
Amplify helps to enhance relationships with donors by using multiple communication channels, targeted marketing campaigns, intelligent data, automatic updates, and strategic event planning – all of which are integrated with an existing CRM system, officials stated.
“We have leveraged our experience with donor management in higher education to come up with a Microsoft Dynamics based solution that serves a wider audience,” said Frequency Foundry’s Senior VP of Sales Charles Finstad in a statement. “Amplify brings the best-in-class security, stability and scalability of Microsoft Azure together with business intelligence, advanced analytics and the Foundry’s comprehensive vision of fundraising functionality.”
Certified EDI for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 Available from Data Masons
Data Masons Software LLC., a provider of integrated EDI and XML solutions for Microsoft Dynamics customers, has announced that its Vantage Point EDI now integrates with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018.
Data Masons’ Vantage Point EDI, which is Certified for Microsoft Dynamics GP, enables users to fully automate key EDI processes, while helping avoid unnecessary ERP customizations and per-document transaction fees to accommodate EDI, according to company officials.
The solution provides out-of-the-box integration for over 60 types of documents and offers support for EDI, XML and multiple other electronic data formats, officials stated.
“Our integration commitment to work seamlessly with the latest version of Dynamics GP, coupled with our solution’s Certification for Microsoft Dynamics GP, ensures that our customers’ business and technology requirements are continually met,” said Dennis Bruce, director of business development, Data Masons Software, in a statement.
Mitchell Humphrey & Co. Previews Enhancements to Their FastTrackGov Software on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 365 Platform
Mitchell Humphrey& Co. is releasing new enhancements to its FastTrackGov (FTG) software on the Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM platform in the first quarter of 2018. The company is streamlining the user experience of the Inspection module for its staff members and others.
Other enhancements include:
- New scheduling options (scheduling by date only, date and time, or a.m./p.m.).
- Faster re-assignment of scheduled inspections
- Multi-discipline scheduling capabilities
- Inspector dashboard
- integration into checklists
“This update will address several of the enhancements requested by our clients. We love the feedback and we’re excited to deliver the results of this collaboration,” said John Hoven, director of software development at Mitchell Humphrey & Co.