Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Project accounting; GP 2018 add-ons; Regulate 365; CSP addition

Journyx accelerates project accounting with launch of Projectlink for Microsoft Project

Journyx has released Projectlink 11, a tool that allows users to sync time data between Microsoft Project and their accounting or ERP systems for easier, more efficient project accounting and budgeting.

The Journyx Projectlink tool integrates Journyx with Microsoft Project, enabling users to track project actuals in one place, as well as manage project assignments and allocations.

Projectlink 11 stands between the ERP platform and Project, offering users one place to track project time, which is automatically synced to both places and rolls up into the right projects, according to company officials.

“As project accounting has matured and increased automation through software has become possible, companies are looking for ways to coordinate the financial side of project accounting with the more detailed planning and tracking required for project management,” said Meredith Zachritz, director of product management at Journyx. “It’s not an easy problem to solve if you want to allow each group the ability to handle data in their own way.

CRGroup releases Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 compatible add-on solutions

Corporate Renaissance Group (CRGroup) has announced that all of its Dynamics GP add-on solutions are now compatible with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018.

The Dynamics GP add-ons are:

  • CRG Changer: change, merge and combine codes and data in GP
  • CRG AA Tools: facilitate the setup and management of GP analytical accounting
  • CRG Company Combiner: combine multiple GP company databases into one
  • CRG Re-Formatter: reformat the account framework in GP
  • CRG Merger Series: merge orders or invoices in GP
  • PA Cubes: pre-built Excel cubes that deliver analysis-ready data from GP project accounting

“Our add-ons were developed using years of experience implementing and configuring Dynamics GP to suit client needs and by listening to feedback from GP customers,” said Aparna Rege, senior software solutions architect at CRGroup, in a statement. “These latest versions have not changed in their core functionality but will help clients transition easily to GP 2018.”

Adoxio delivers digital transformation to regulatory agencies

Adoxio has launched its latest product, Regulate 365: License and Permit, on Microsoft App Source and for purchase through approved partners.

Built on Microsoft Dynamics 365, with an easily updated public facing portal, Regulate 365 manages front and backend data collection and business specific workflows and approvals. It also enables users to quickly pull detailed reports for integrations with Microsoft Power BI, according to company officials.

Users in professional associations, medical colleges, member-based regulators, and government agencies can access data from any device, update their own profiles, and process payments for courses and membership fees, officials said.

“Regulate 365 empowers those who are entrusted with ensuring public safety through the oversight of important industries, organizations and people,” said Adoxio CEO Grant McLarnon, in a statement. “Since it is based on the Dynamics platform our solution leverages many of the advantages of coming from the Microsoft product suite, including security, integration, intuitive user interface as well as point and click configurability.”

Kopis joins SCA as the latest Dynamics 365 partner

Kopis, a provider of enterprise software and cloud services, has joined Stratos Cloud Alliance (SCA), an Indirect Microsoft Cloud Service Provider specializing in Microsoft Dynamics 365, to better deliver a suite of cloud-based Microsoft products.

SCA lets Microsoft services and solutions providers start offering Dynamics 365, Office 365 and other cloud solutions in 30 days or less. As an SCA Partner, Kopis now offers a Microsoft Cloud Solution Marketplace supported by SCA to help Microsoft customers procure and implement cloud solutions, according to company officials.

“Our partnership in the Stratus Cloud Alliance is simply the next step toward being a full-service provider for our clients,” said Andy Kurtz, founder and CEO of Kopis, in a statement. “We are constantly looking for ways to be able to solve more problems for our clients, to provide them more information about their business and to offer more solutions as a whole. Being a part of the Stratus Cloud Alliance helps us do just that.”