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In this week’s Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:
- Infosys collaborates with Archrock for digital technology integration
- iCIMS enhances Talent Cloud integration with Dynamics 365
- Avtex Hires Brian Lannan as Vice President of Retail Experience
- Century Business Solutions partners with Diesel-IT to deliver credit card processing within Dynamics
- Aptean extends food and beverage ERP partner program into new geographies
Infosys collaborates with Archrock for digital technology integration
Infosys, a provider of digital services and consulting, is teaming up with Archrock Inc., a provider of natural gas compression services in the U.S., to integrate digital technologies and mobile tools for its field service technicians.
Under the deal, Infosys will use its pre-configured accelerator for Dynamics 365 Field Service Application to enhance Archrock’s field services and operations, according to the companies. Infosys will implement the field services platform integrated with back-end ERP systems.
“With deep knowledge of the energy industry, technical expertise, and a strong relationship with Microsoft, we are confident of creating significant business value together in this journey with Archrock,” said Ashiss Kumar Dash, SVP and segment head – services, utilities, resources, energy, Infosys.
iCIMS enhances Talent Cloud integration with Dynamics 365
iCIMS is enhancing the integration between the iCIMS Talent Cloud and Microsoft Dynamics 365 to improve hiring.
iCIMS for Dynamics 365 Human Resources reduces common hiring challenges, according to the companies.
“Building and managing a talent pipeline requires seamless integration between multiple products, and we are proud of our newest innovations with Microsoft as we pave the way for our joint customers who are tasked with building teams for the future,” said Michael Wilczak, chief strategy officer at iCIMS.
Avtex Hires Brian Lannan as Vice President of Retail Experience
Avtex, a TTEC Digital company, has hired Brian Lannanas as vice president of retail experience. In his most recent role, Brian led the Guest Experience team at Target, where he was responsible for experience strategy and insights, guest-centric culture development, voice of guest, and brand and reputation insights.