More NewsBottomline Expands Support Capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics ERP Solutions

Bottomline Expands Support Capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics ERP Solutions

Bottomline Technologies is expanding support for the Microsoft Dynamics portfolio of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems with new capabilities for automating business-critical transactional processes within Microsoft Dynamics NAV. For Microsoft Dynamics users, accelerating the transition to more efficient and cost-effective process automation requires complex changes to the application code base. Since 2006, Bottomline has been delivering advanced capabilities for document output to the Microsoft Dynamics community. Building upon this, the company says that the new release enables businesses standardised on Microsoft Dynamics NAV to capture the strategic business benefits of electronic transactional document generation and delivery.

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