Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Acquisition; E-signatures; Data enrichment; Contract management

April 9 2021

This week in Microsoft Dynamics partner news:

  • Avalara closes acquisition of INPOSIA
  • AssureSign launches new integration for Dynamics 365
  • SourceScrub announces CRM integration with Dynamics
  • Corridor Company announces general availability contract management solution

Avalara closes acquisition of INPOSIA

Avalara Inc. a tax automation provider, has closed on its acquisition of INPOSIA Solutions GmbH. INPOSIA is a German software company that helps customers manage and meet compliance requirements for digital invoices. Avalara integrates with Microsoft Dynamics 365, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics AX, Dynamics GP and Dynamics SL.

INPOSIA will build upon Avalara’s existing e-invoicing capabilities in Brazil and India to support customers worldwide with real-time compliance, according to the companies.

“Today, more than 60 countries rely on or have announced intent to move to an e-invoicing system for compliance," said Jayme Fishman, EVP of corporate development at Avalara. "We look forward to our work with INPOSIA as governments continue to adopt and expand electronic reporting requirements."

AssureSign launches new integration for Microsoft Dynamics 365

AssureSign, an electronic signature and digital transaction platform, has rolled out its new integration for Microsoft Dynamics 365.

The integration includes streamlined document workflows, one-click sending of documents, and automated data entry.

SourceScrub announces integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

SourceScrub LLC, a provider of private company intelligence for the financial services industry, has launched a new CRM integration with Microsoft Dynamics.

The integration will allow users to automatically enrich company data in their Dynamics instance, according to the company.

"We’re excited to take this step in providing further value to our customers who have Microsoft Dynamics,” said vice president of product, Josh Giglio. “We show that our customer-base transacts more than 55% of their peers, yet only 65% of private equity firms and investment banks still aren’t even using a CRM. This integration is a step in the direction of modernizing the M&A industry.”

Corridor Company announces general availability of its Contract Management for Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE solution to improve contract management

Corridor Company Inc., a provider of contract management solutions for Microsoft Dynamics 365 customers via its flagship product, Contracts 365, announces general availability of Contract Management for Dynamics 365 CE.

The offering allows Dynamics 365 users to request new contracts, automatically post Dynamics 365 data into the contracting process and maintain full and secure access to all contracts within Contracts 365 –without leaving Dynamics 365, according to the company.

"While the most common use cases revolve around sales professionals who need to request and access contracts within Dynamics 365 CE, the broader context is that virtually any data entity that exists within the Microsoft Dataverse (formerly Microsoft Common Data Service) can be easily contract management-enabled," said Russ Edelman, CEO of Corridor Company.

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