Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: NAV manufacturing partnership; Supply chain for NAV 2018; ERP Connectors; Partner name change

InterDyn Artis joins ever-growing roster of esteemed Insight Works authorized resellers

InterDyn Artis has joined the roster of Insight Works authorized resellers. Through the partnership, both organizations aim to deliver more effective solutions to Microsoft Dynamics NAV users, specifically those in the manufacturing and distribution industries.

InterDyn Artis is part of the worldwide InterDyn alliance dedicated to the sales, consulting, service, and support of Microsoft Dynamics and productivity business solutions. As Dynamics NAV ISV, Insight Works brings extensive experience developing add-ons for the manufacturing and distribution industries to the partnership with InterDyn Artis, according to officials of the two companies.

“Harnessing powerful technology for business growth and development is the primary ingredient of the InterDyn Artis recipe, and as such we understand the myriad of benefits Dynamics NAV brings to the table,” said Kurt Voorhies, CEO of InterDyn Artis, in a statement. “In partnering with Insight Works, we look forward to helping manufacturing and distribution personnel with a one-two punch solution involving Dynamics NAV – and that’s precisely where our two companies together will shine.”

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Lanham Associates supply chain suite now available in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018

Lanham Associates, a Microsoft Gold Certified ISV specializing in supply chain solutions built directly inside Microsoft Dynamics NAV, has announced that its supply chain solution suite is now available in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018.

“Our latest software release uses ‘eventing’ which enables a lighter touch to base NAV, while providing the exact same functionality that our customers rely on,” said Dale Lanham, CEO, Lanham Associates, in a statement.. “Lanham NAV customers will now experience a much easier upgrade process.”

Additionally, the Lanham development team is working on moving the company’s supply chain suite to Microsoft Dynamics NAV Extensions V2 with support for Dynamics 365 – Tenerife, anticipated for release by Microsoft in spring of 2018, stated company officials.

eBridge Connections renews partnership agreements for certified ERP connectors in 2018

eBridge Connections, a provider of accounting integration solutions, has renewed its partnership agreements with accounting/ERP application companies for 2018, including Microsoft Dynamics (AX, GP, SL, NAV, 365).

As an integration-platform-as-a-service vendor with accounting specialization, eBridge Connections enters 2018 as a certified partner for Microsoft Dynamics, NetSuite, Sage, and SAP and looks forward to onboarding merchants to its universal integration platform to enable information to flow between ERP, CRM, eCommerce, EDI retail, and APIs.

An eBridge Connections end-to-end ERP integration solution enables sales orders, inventory levels, product data, shipping updates, customer information and more to move seamlessly between business systems, resulting in satisfied customers and efficient operations, according to company officials.

Adding certified ERP integrations to its ever-growing list of connectors allows eBridge Connections to help more clients simplify the seller process, stated eBridge Connections President and CEO Colin Brown.

Computer Support Services, Inc. announces name change and divestment of CoreIntegrator workflow software

Computer Support Services, Inc. has changed its name to CSSI Technologies, Inc. The company has also announced that CoreIntegrator, its leading workflow and document management software product, will now operate as an independent company, CoreIntegrator, LLC.

CSSI Technologies supports customers in manufacturing, distribution, and delivery/logistics with data acquisition technologies such as barcoding and RFID, custom software development, and support for Microsoft Dynamics GP, according to company officials.

“We have seen tremendous growth in our business in recent years, including our CoreIntegrator operating division,” said CSSI Technologies CEO Dave Cornelius in a statement. “I believe that the time is ideal to separate into independent businesses to better execute the strategy and serve the customers of each entity. Our new name, CSSI Technologies, better reflects our expertise in barcoding, data acquisition, mobile computing and custom programming technologies.”

In the late 1990s, CSSI Technologies developed CoreIntegrator as a link between Great Plains accounting software and a nationally known content management system, officials stated. CoreIntegrator has since evolved to include workflow, document management, integrations to many ERP solutions, advanced scanning and more.

“CoreIntegrator has consistently grown as a premier list of clients have discovered the benefits of our workflow solution,” said CoreIntegrator CEO Tom Erickson in the statement. “Now, as an independent business wholly focused on this product line, we will be better able to execute our strategy.”

Cornelius remains CEO of CSSI Technologies, with Joe Tosolt serving as president. Erickson will assume the CEO role for CoreIntegrator LLC.