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In this week’s Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:
- Cincom and CRM Dynamics announce partnership
- Western Computer announces the launch of 365HomeBuilder, the integrated ERP solution for home builders
- CRGroup signs a premier channel partner agreement with BI4Dynamics
- Century Business Solutions partners with Kreischer Miller to deliver credit card processing within Dynamics Business Central and Microsoft Dynamics GP
Cincom and CRM Dynamics announce partnership
Cincom Systems Inc., a supplier of enterprise software, has teamed up with CRM Dynamics to implement CPQSync by Cincom.
The cloud-based CPQSync by Cincom helps companies more easily buy and sell complex products and services, according to Cincom. A native, Microsoft Azure, multi-tenant solution, CPQSync is embedded within Dynamics 365 for Sales. CPQSync is integrated with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operation. It also leverages Power Platform and offers a Power Automate-certified connector, the company said.
“We are incredibly excited to be entering into this partnership with Cincom,” said Rob Triggs, VP of sales and marketing at CRM Dynamics. “CPQSync is such a powerful solution and paired with the full Microsoft Dynamics 365 suite, it allows for a compelling end-to-end system that will bring extraordinary value to our clients.”
Western Computer announces the launch of 365HomeBuilder, the integrated ERP solution for home builders
Western Computer Inc., a reseller of Dynamics 365, CRM, and ERP systems, has launched a fully integrated ERP solution for residential home builders, 365HomeBuilder by Western Computer.
Aimed at residential home builders, 365HomeBuilder by Western Computer is powered by Microsoft Dynamics 365. Instead of tracking jobs through complicated and clunky spreadsheets, 365HomeBuilder gives users full visibility into job performance and budgets in real-time, so there’s no risk of surprise delays and costs, according to the company.
“365HomeBuilder was designed to remove the manual, tedious processes for home builders to help automate and simplify their business operations,” said Katherine Turner-Lawrence, Western Computer’s vice president of sales and marketing. “Not only does this save a significant amount of time for home builders, it also reduces human errors to help ensure profit margins are being met.”