Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Joint venture; Implementation; Mirus acquisition; D365BC add-on

August 23 2019

In this week's Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:

  • Japan Business Systems agrees to set up a joint venture with Rhipe, the Australian company, expanding sales of Azure in the Japanese SMB market
  • Hitachi Solutions Asia Pacific helps LifeStyles Healthcare streamline global operations with Dynamics 365
  • IT Lab Group announces Mirus IT to become part of the IT Lab Group
  • Insight Works announces release of shop floor insight add-on for Dynamics 365 Business Central

Japan Business systems agrees to set up a joint venture with Rhipe, the Australian company, expanding sales of Azure in the Japanese SMB market

Australian cloud solution provider Rhipe has entered into a joint venture, Rhipe Japan, with Japan Business Systems (JBS), a Microsoft partner with more than 2000 employees. JBS is a systems integrator and solutions provider specializing in data and AI, Office 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure capabilities. Rhipe Japan will be introduced to the market at the Microsoft Japan Partner Conference on August 30.

"Rhipe Japan will aim to be appointed as a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider partner by Microsoft Japan," company officials stated. "And Rhipe's credentials as Microsoft's leading Indirect CSP partner based in Asia Pacific will place it in a strong position to assist in growing Japan's CSP business, especially in the significantly [under-served] small and medium sized business segment of the market."

Hitachi Solutions Asia Pacific helps LifeStyles Healthcare streamline global operations with Dynamics 365

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