Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Mobile CRM on AppSource; D365 mobile healthcare, security; AX mobile framework

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By:  Linda Rosencrance

Mobile Framework for Microsoft Dynamics AX Now Available

AXMentor has unveiled AXAdmin, a secure mobility framework and monitoring platform for Microsoft Dynamics AX, built for iOS, that gives IT managers, directors and AX system administrators unprecedented access to their AX systems and environments – anytime, anywhere.

AXAdmin delivers on-the-go access to users who require real-time insights on performance issues no matter where they are, according to company officials. The AXMentor mobile framework can be used for mobile expense management, mobile time registration, mobile workflow approvals and more.

“AXAdmin was designed as a starter framework for anyone looking to manage Dynamics AX through a mobile platform,” said Deborah Wittich, product manager at AXMentor, in a statement. “We received many requests from our customers about the need to securely act-on Dynamics AX without physically being in front of a computer.”

Resco Delivers Offline Mobility to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Users via AppSource

Resco, the maker of mobile solutions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, has just announced that Resco Mobile CRM can now be downloaded from Microsoft’s AppSource marketplace.

With Resco Mobile CRM, users get 24/7 access to key business data, boosting the productivity of sales representatives, field service technicians, managers and other professionals on the go, according to Resco.

Resco Mobile CRM works with Dynamics 365 data both online and offline.

“Customers can now utilize Resco Mobile CRM together with Dynamics 365’s Sales, Customer Service, Project Automation and Field Service offering,” said Radomir Vozar, CEO at Resco, in a statement. “Making our app available on AppSource, we want to enable an even broader audience to enhance and grow their business through advanced mobile capabilities.”‘

HealthGrid Integrates with Microsoft Dynamics 365 to Automate Patient Interactions During Care Journey

HealthGrid has announced that its mobile patient engagement platform is now integrated with Microsoft Dynamics 365.

The integration lets health systems and providers using HealthGrid’s patient engagement technology to automate interactions during the patient journey. Consequently, health systems and providers can connect with patients anytime, anywhere, and on any device to deliver specific care communications, company officials stated.

As each interaction occurs, HealthGrid captures specific patient feedback and pushes that data back into Dynamics 365, helping health systems and providers uncover rich and actionable data to improve the patient experience, says the company.

“The mobile-forward capabilities within Microsoft Dynamics 365 are a powerful value-add for our health system and provider partners,” said Raj Toleti, president and co-founder of HealthGrid, in a statement.

Vaultive Announces New Cloud Security Capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics 365

Vaultive, a provider of cloud data security solutions, has rolled out an enhanced set of cloud data security capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics 365.

These new security controls take advantage of Vaultive’s next-generation Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) to offer Microsoft customers greater control over sensitive customer relationship management data in the cloud.

Dynamics 365 customers can now use the Vaultive platform to implement a cloud data security model that establishes clear segregation of duties between their internal information security teams and Microsoft cloud personnel, according to company officials.

The new capabilities, combined with the capabilities of Vaultive’s CASB, give organizations a unified approach to protecting cloud data across Microsoft cloud services such as Dynamics 365 and Office 365, officials stated.

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.