Microsoft Dynamics Partner Roundup: UK consultancy; ISO certifications; Acquisition; Partnerships

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In this week’s Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:

  • Three Microsoft MVPs launch new UK-based consultancy
  • Queue Associates Worldwide China Ltd. Microsoft Dynamics Gold Partner achieves ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certifications
  • Vertex acquires edge computing company Tellutax to extend its global leadership in tax technology
  • Tipalti forges new partnerships with Colu, Fusion Partners, and Queue Associates to help modern finance organizations transform their payables processes
  • Dynamic Consultants Group and DQ Global enter into long-term strategic partnership

Three Microsoft MVPs launch Proximo 3, new UK-based consultancy

A group of Microsoft MVPs have launched a new UK-based consultancy, Proximo 3. The firms’s vision and mission is to “remove complexities and simplify digital transformation for big business”, according to co-founder and managing director Mark Christie. The other co-founders are technical director Iain Connolly and customer success director Andrew Bibby.

Proximo 3’s leaders have over 40 years of domain experience within the Microsoft business applications space, as well as experience managing hundreds of implementations for clients in key verticals like construction, manufacturing, financial services and the public sector.

Christie said: “Proximo 3 was born from our hands-on experience with clients in recent years. As consultants, all four of us increasingly witnessed a need for agile transformation at pace, and reduced complexity in processes, programmes and strategy. Together we wanted to resolve these challenges clients were facing.”

Queue Associates Worldwide China Ltd. achieves ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certifications

Queue Associates Worldwide China Ltd., a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner focused on consulting and implementation services for Dynamics 365, has achieved the International Organization for Standardization ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certifications for Greater China, including Hong Kong, as well as other global locations.

ISO 9001:2015 provides a model for Queue China to help build effective quality management systems for Dynamics 365 and other related client initiatives throughout complete project lifecycle, according to the company.

The ISO 27001:2013 standard describes the requirements for an information security management system. Achieving this certification demonstrates Queue China’s continued commitment to following the highest standards in data security and privacy for all Microsoft application, cloud, desktop image and remote work, according to the company.

Vertex acquires edge computing company Tellutax to extend its global leadership in tax technology

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