Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: EDI on AppSource; Commerce for D365; PDF forms for D365; Creative agency integrates CRM

By:  Linda Rosencrance

Episerver Announces Release of Episerver Commerce for Microsoft Dynamics 365

Episerver, a provider of a single platform to manage digital content, commerce, and marketing in the cloud, has rolled out Episerver Commerce for Microsoft Dynamics 365.

The solution brings together Episerver’s unified content management and digital commerce platform with Dynamics 365, all within the Microsoft Azure cloud, to help organizations to integrate, automate, and transform their businesses with intelligent applications that work together, according to company officials.

The solution addresses the needs of modern retailers, manufacturers and distributors with complex, and growing omnichannel requirements, reducing “under-the-hood” implementation costs, said the company.

Simplifying the omnichannel customer journey often takes a numerous tools and complex integration across systems, according to James Norwood, EVP strategy and CMO at Episerver.

“With Dynamics 365, Microsoft has worked to make business processes from sales to operations to service completely seamless,” Norwood said in a statement. “Now, with Episerver Commerce for Dynamics 365, we’re taking that to the next level by empowering our joint customers to deliver immersive and frictionless commerce experiences for their customers.”

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Users Can Now Edit PDFs, Build Forms, and Sign Documents with DaDaDocs from PDFfiller

PDFfiller has released DaDaDocs for Microsoft Dynamics 365, a suite of document management tools incorporated into Dynamics 365.

The DaDaDocs integration for Dynamics aims to solve the problems that ordinary users have, according to Gal Steinberg, VP channels and business development at PDFfiller.

“A lot of PDFfiller customers use Dynamics and they wanted to have all of PDFfiller’s powerful features within their CRM,” Steinberg said in a statement.

The DaDaDocs add-on brings faster document workflow, PDF editing, eSignature requests, a form builder and an automatic form generator to Dynamics 365: the new integration edits PDFs, adds and requests eSignatures, and automatically creates documents filled with customer data taken from Dynamics entities, according to company officials.

DaDaDocs also collects new customer data through fillable forms and displays them in Dynamics 365 for further analysis or to generate new forms such as shipping orders and invoices. With DaDaDocs, editing any PDF agreement and contract is as easy as editing a Word document, officials said. Dynamics users can send a document out for signing and collect signatures in seconds from a computer or any mobile device.

Data Masons’ Vantage Point EDI Solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations is the First Dedicated EDI and eCommerce Integration Solution to Be Listed on Microsoft AppSource

Data Masons Software LLC., a provider of Integrated EDI and XML solutions for Microsoft Dynamics customers, has announced that its Vantage Point EDI for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations is now available on Microsoft AppSource.

It’s the first dedicated EDI solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365 to be certified on Microsoft AppSource, according to Data Masons. The Vantage Point EDI platform delivers an all-in-one approach to EDI for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations without customizations. The solution is available for deployment in the Data Masons’ public cloud, private cloud and on-premise.

“AppSource is the marketplace for Dynamics 365 and being the first dedicated EDI solution available will certainly help drive new opportunities for our valued partners,” said Glenn McPeak, principal, Data Masons Software, in a statement. “Additionally, we will enable companies running Dynamics AX using customizations to handle EDI inside AX to shed those customizations and accelerate their migration to Dynamics 365 for Operations.”


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Pixl8 forms dedicated Microsoft Dynamics Integration Team

Pixl8 Interactive, the London based technical creative agency, today announced the formal launch of its dedicated Microsoft Dynamics Integration Team.

Pixl8 have been creating websites integrated with membership management, CRM and back office systems for 15 years. They have delivered 20+ integrated projects with Microsoft Dynamics with a number of specialist Microsoft Dynamics CRM partners.

By creating a dedicated team Pixl8 are acknowledging the clear preference from its clients both within the NFP, membership and commercial sectors.

The team will be continuing to work on the efficiency of its connectors to Microsoft Dynamics as well as determining ways they can further improve service including; training the digital project managers and QA teams on the Dynamics platform to ensure that they are able to support clients during digital project delivery.

Alex Skinner, Managing Director of PIXL8, said: “The sheer number of projects we are undertaking with Microsoft dynamics meant we needed to restructure our production teams and marketing to reflect our capabilities with Microsoft Dynamics, and to better service the volume of incoming enquiries from current and new clients related to Microsoft Dynamics integration”.

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.