Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: Training & documentation; Acquisition; Partnership; Subscription economy

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In this week’s Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:

  • ClickLearn launches new release, Attain
  • Broad Horizon acquires Delegate
  • OptimalQ announces strategic deal with Microsoft to improve sales efficiency
  • Bluefort reveals the brutal competition businesses face in the subscription economy

ClickLearn launches new release, Attain

ClickLearn, a provider of multimedia digital training and documentation software for enterprise systems, is launching a new release of its onboarding and training software. The new version, called Attain, includes over 200 new features and delivers “a complete redesign of the ClickLearn application to create a fantastic user experience,” according to the company.

ClickLearn Attain offers faster results, an increased focus on collaboration, in-app guidance, and built-in support for authors creating content for training and documentation.

With ClickLearn Attain, organizations can more efficiently and effectively create content for training and documentation whether they’re on Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft 365, SAP, IFS, SalesForce, or even a custom web or windows application, the company noted. As part of the new release, ClickLearn has improved the recording ability on all Dynamics-technologies.

Broad Horizon acquires Delegate

Broad Horizon, a Netherlands-based IT services group has acquired Danish IT consultancy Delegate. Both companies provide services around Microsoft Dynamics 365. The move is aimed at helping Broad Horizon make inroads into the Scandinavian region.

In recent years, Delegate has shown a great ability to recruit, develop, and retain talented employees in a highly competitive market, according to the companies. The acquisition will strengthen Broad Horizon’s portfolio with even more business application services and knowledge.

“Like Delegate, Broad Horizon is characterized by an entrepreneurial and very ambitious mindset, which means that the two companies complement each other extremely well. It provides a strong basis for continuing Delegate’s very positive development based on our fantastic employees and our value-creating solutions,” said Jakob Schou, CEO of Delegate.

OptimalQ announces strategic deal with Microsoft to improve sales efficiency

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