Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Cannabis ERP; Partnership; Hospitality CRM; New HR officer

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In this week’s Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:

  • Silver Leaf CBC, new cannabis ERP solution built on Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • HospitalitySoft 365 introduces industry’s first all-in-one CRM: Hospitality Suite CRM
  • ENAVATE names Holly Grogan as chief human resources officer
  • Hitachi Solutions Asia Pacific strengthens partnership with Microsoft with co-sell ready business applications and services

Silver Leaf CBC is a new cannabis ERP solution built on Dynamics 365 Business Central

Silverware Inc., a provider of business management solutions, has announced that its Silver Leaf Cannabis Business Central (CBC) is now available on AppSource. 

The Silver Leaf CBC software application is built on D365BC and includes cannabis-specific solutions, such as product tracking, quality control, delivery compliance, and financial best practices. Silver Leaf CBC also integrates with track and trace systems of various states, according to a statement.

“The cannabis industry is facing new levels of growth, but the entry level systems do not have the capability to keep up,” said Alex Glueckler, product manager. “I’m excited that we are the first to be powered by Microsoft’s award-winning Business Central platform and can offer our solution backed by Silverware’s 30 years of implementation experience.”

HospitalitySoft 365 introduces Hospitality Suite CRM