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In this week’s Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:
- Optimizely and Microsoft collaborate to bring enterprise-grade experimentation and personalization
- New partnership: 365 Cannabis and Gro iQ provide ecosystem and yield analytics for cannabis cultivators
- DonorSearch and Microsoft Tech for Social Impact announce the first donor prospect research app for the Power Platform
- TEKenable acquires Greenfinch Technologies
Optimizely and Microsoft collaborate to bring enterprise-grade experimentation and personalization
Optimizely has announced an integration with Dynamics 365 that enables e-commerce companies to be more agile and competitive.
The new integration enables experimentation and personalization for the first time in the Dynamics 365 Commerce retail and content management platforms using Optimizely’s experimentation platform, according to the company.
“Our experimentation platform takes the guesswork out of how to delight customers with personalized touchpoints, nurture new opportunities, and continue innovating your customer experience through our seamless integration in Dynamics 365 Commerce,” said Byron Jones, VP of product and partnerships at Optimizely.
Episerver recently announced its plans to acquire Optimizely.
New partnership: 365 Cannabis and Gro iQ provide ecosystem and yield analytics for cannabis cultivators
365 Cannabis, and Gro iQ, an artificial intelligence-driven agriculture platform, have teamed up to provide data insights into cannabis cultivation ecosystems. The partnership aims to enable 365 Cannabis users to enhance their cultivation facilities for maximum yield.
Developed by the NAV People Inc., 365 Cannabis is an ERP system for the legal marijuana industry built on Dynamics 365 Business Central. Gro iQ uses IoT sensors and analytics that give cannabis producers a three-dimensional view of the health of their cultivation rooms, according to the companies. Gro IQ also allows cultivators to diagnose and mitigate certain issues, including powdery mildew infestations.
DonorSearch and Microsoft Tech for Social Impact announce the first donor prospect research app for the Power Platform
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