Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Subscriptions; D365 win; Gifting; HR & payroll

June 25 2021

In this week's Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:

  • Work 365 announces integration with Dynamics 365 Business Central for subscription billing and invoicing
  • CloudFronts partners with U.S.-based Third Coast Commodities in their digital transformation journey
  • Sendoso's rapid customer growth drives expansion of partner ecosystem with addition of Dynamics 365 via Workato
  • Deluxe announces collaboration with Microsoft to provide HR, payroll, accounting tools for small businesses

Work 365 announces integration with Dynamics 365 Business Central for subscription billing and invoicing

IOTAP announced today that Work 365, its subscription management and billing automation application, now integrates with Dynamics 365 Business Central.

The integration of the two systems will enhance the automation of subscription management and invoicing, reducing the manual effort to generate invoices, eliminating costly billing errors, keeping sales operations and accounting processes synchronize, and helping customers collect their cash faster, according to the company.

"We are seeing many Microsoft Partners driving the growth of Microsoft Dynamics Business Central," said Ismail Nalwala, CEO of IOTAP. "The internal adoption of Business Central by partners is fueling this growth. This integration is a crucial enhancement to our billing automation capabilities."

CloudFronts partners with U.S.-based Third Coast Commodities in their digital transformation journey

CloudFronts Technologies, a Microsoft Gold Partner, has successfully deployed Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for Third Coast Commodities, enabling the company to streamline its order processing, increase visibility into its fleet transactions, and automate its business operations.

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