Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Administration filing; CRM automation; Quality management; Sales enablement

April 3 2020

In this week's Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:

  • Plante Moran invests in Introhive to improve CRM database accuracy and business relationship insights
  • New QMS software release provides improved quality management in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Outreach launches native integration with Dynamics 365 Sales
  • K3 to place Dynamics 365 UK practice in administration

K3 Business Technology Group's Dynamics 365 UK practice files for administration

K3 Business Technology Group has filed for administration for its UK-based Dynamics 365 practice. The decision comes amid a round of borrowing by the larger business of £6m. The decision does not impact K3's Dynamics practices outside the UK.

According to a report, the unit had generated losses and was expected to continue to do so given the uncertainties created by the coronavirus crisis. The board stated: 

As a result, and following independent advice, the Board of the subsidiary has taken the very difficult decision that it will be filing a notice of intention for administration.

At the same time, it will seek interest in the sale of the business and its assets.

Plante Moran invests in Introhive to improve CRM database accuracy and business relationship insights

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