Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Marketing integration CRM for construction; Azure-based PaaS; VAR expansion

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By:  Linda Rosencrance

Integration Between Vuture’s Marketing Automation Technology and Microsoft Dynamics Offers Dual Control from a Single Interface

Marketing software supplier Vuture has announced that its marketing technology is now integrated with Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

“Inside Dynamics” embeds Vuture within Dynamics CRM, connecting the applications through one display that users can access via a single login, according to company officials. Users can control their Vuture marketing activities from the Dynamics marketing section, with data flowing across and updating instantly, forming one integrated mechanism, enabling them to be more efficient.

“Inside Dynamics provides an unrivalled solution for Dynamics users, offering the only true real-time integration between the two platforms,” said Vuture CEO David Brady in a statement. “The data flowing from Vuture becomes native Dynamics data that can then be used to create reports within the CRM system. This is something that marketing departments are increasingly demanding and that, as things stand, only we provide.”

Dodge Data & Analytics Construction Project Information Now Integrated with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Dodge Data & Analytics has launched PipeLine for Microsoft Dynamics, an application that integrates construction project information directly into Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

Using Dynamics CRM, contractors and building product manufacturers can more easily find and track construction projects, tying them directly into their opportunities, accounts and reporting workflows, according to company officials. Dodge PipeLine for Dynamics can be installed and configured in just a few hours, with no additional set up or service fees, official said.

“Dodge offers the most current and comprehensive information for anyone interested in finding and tracking North American construction projects,” said Mike Petrullo, chief executive officer, Dodge Data & Analytics, in a statement. “Making this data accessible directly through Microsoft Dynamics [CRM] is another example of how Dodge is working to simplify workflows and help the construction industry do business in a more efficient and productive way.”

Sitecore Cloud Accelerates the Power, Scale, and Agility of Contextual Marketing

Sitecore, provider of experience management software, announced that its Sitecore Cloud delivers next-generation platform-as-a-service (PaaS) native support for the entire Sitecore solution. With an aim of empowering marketers to more quickly execute digital initiatives in context of customer interactions, Sitecore Cloud leverages the speed and agility of Microsoft Azure’s PaaS development and deployment environment.

With this announcement, Sitecore, which has already brought its Web Experience Manager (XM) to Azure, will offer the entire Sitecore Experience Platform (XP) and Sitecore Commerce on Azure.

“Azure provides exceptional speed, scale, and reliability all the while saving costs associated with last-generation infrastructure-as-a-service and on-premises infrastructures,” said Ryan Donovan, senior vice president of product management at Sitecore, in a statement. “Sitecore and Azure is a winning combination that enables digital marketers and IT teams to get up and out in market fast, without the traditional long wait times associated with digital marketing technologies.”

Jason Zander, corporate vice president, Microsoft Azure added, “Sitecore has architected its platform to natively support Microsoft technology from the beginning. Now it brings its digital marketing cloud to Microsoft Azure. The powerful combination will deliver customers a competitive edge through faster time to market.”

Scribe Software Improves Data and Application Integration Experience

Scribe Software, a provider of application and data integration software for business applications, including Microsoft Dynamics AX/GP/NAV as well as Dynamics CRM and Dynamics 365, has upgraded its flagship integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) offering.

Scribe’s no-code development environment has been enhanced with new project accelerators and management controls to enable integration specialists and business analysts to create, monitor, and adapt integrations with greater speed and confidence, officials said.

Atrio Systems Opens Nashville, Tennessee Office

Atrio Systems, which is headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Ill., has opened a new location in Nashville, Tenn., to offer Microsoft Dynamics CRM consulting and implementation services. Atrio Systems, is a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner 100 percent focused on Dynamics 365.

“Recognizing the growing success of the Nashville business community, and the region’s emergence as a US technology center, Atrio is investing in our local presence to meet the needs of our clients and business partners across the Southeast,” said Jason Wickman, Atrio’s vice president and partner, in a statement. “Paul Murray, an experienced client executive and Tennessean, will lead our growth in this market.”


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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.