Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Cloud investment; Training; Banking service; Financial reporting

April 15 2022

In this week's Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:

  • Kingfisher selects InTWO to strengthen Dynamics cloud infrastructure in APAC
  • Item by Item launches new website for Dynamics 365 online training
  • Finastra collaborates with Microsoft to bring embedded financing options to thousands of businesses with Banking as a Service
  • System Soft Technologies announces partnership with AccountingWare

Kingfisher selects InTWO to strengthen Dynamics cloud infrastructure in APAC

Kingfisher Mobile Ltd. has selected InTWO Pte Ltd, previously known as SaaSplaza, as its implementation partner for its cloud-native IT strategy as well as help expand its cloud footprint with Microsoft Managed Azure Services (MAS), as well as for DevOps automation in the Asia Pacific region.

InTWO will help Kingfisher Mobile with infrastructure and provide support to deploy Dynamics 365 ERP, according to the companies. InTWO will also continue assist Kingfisher in its cloud IT journey in the Asia Pacific region as well as expand integration to EMEA and North America.

"Kingfisher needed a trusted partner to drive a flawless expansion of a cloud hosting technology footprint," said Lionel Oh, vice president of cloud – APAC for InTWO Pte Ltd. "InTWO, having years of experience and expertise in this domain, turned out to be their go-to-partner and we are proud to have a successful relationship with Kingfisher over the years."

Item by Item launches new website for Dynamics 365 online training

Item by Item (IBI), a Dynamics 365 online training company focusing on Dynamics 365 Finance, Dynamics 365 Supply Chain, and Dynamics 365 Commerce has launched a new website. The site is organized around key benefits, training products and training content that covers over 1,000 micro courses, 60 learning paths, and 120 assessments across several functions.

Several Dynamics 365 customers share their online training journeys with the rest of the Dynamics 365 community via the website. In addition, customers are able to share their valuable training insights.

"We value our customers and their training insights deeply," the company stated. "Our team has been working with several of them to put their voices in to our new web site. We appreciate our customers' support and encourage others to learn from their valuable training insights."

Finastra collaborates with Microsoft on Banking as a Service with D365

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