Dynavistics Releases End-to-End Industry Software Solutions for Microsoft Dynamics® GP

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Dynavistics announces the release of tailored industry software solutions for Microsoft Dynamics® GP that enhance every aspect of the supply chain, from purchasing to product delivery, for its first three vertical industries: beer, spirit & wine, and specialty food distribution.

Dynavistics, a leading provider of enterprise software for growing businesses, announced today the release of its end-to-end, tailored industry solutions for Microsoft Dynamics GP, for beer, spirit & wine and specialty food distributors, to provide industry-specific functionality and enhance every aspect of the supply chain process. Distributors across a large number of industries are constantly faced with new supply chain challenges and complexities, especially around replenishing inventory, meeting sales quotas and collecting accounts receivable. Dynavistics’ vertical industry solutions were designed to address industry pain points and provide distributors with the right tools to conquer the challenges in their respective industries.

“For several years, Microsoft partners have requested specialized software for their distribution and wholesale clients in various industries. Dynavistics is happy to develop software offerings to meet the unique challenges of a given industry,” said Managing Partner of Dynavistics, Pamela McDaniel. “Due to our extensive inventory management experience, the food and beverage industries are a great place to launch our end-to-end solutions. “

In preparation for the release of its industry solutions, this year Dynavistics acquired the right to develop, via a source code license, the Trinity software for Microsoft Dynamics® GP in the Americas market from m-hance Limited, a UK-based Microsoft Dynamics Gold Partner for ERP Systems, CRM software and hosting solutions. Dynavistics has since developed solutions for its first three vertical industries to provide increased revenue, improved profitability, and unparalleled customer service, along with a more streamlined and connected workflow.

In response to popular demand from users and partners for additional functionality in Microsoft Dynamics GP, Dynavistics plans to extend the reach of its tailored solutions to the following industries: HVAC, transportation, automotive, chemical, government, wholesale distribution, packaging, gaming and utilities. Dynavistics currently serves the industries listed, but is currently in the process of updating and enhancing its website to offer the best online experience for clients and partners.


Beer distributors source beer from a wide range of importers and manufacturers, and play a significant role in increasing product adoption for multinational beer brands and microbreweries alike. The beer distribution industry is booming; according to data from the National Beer Wholesalers Association, the number of beers distributed has risen from an average of 190 unique SKUs in 1996 to 981 SKUs in 2015. When dealing with perishable goods, effective inventory management is crucial for successful distribution, especially in an industry where demand often changes.


Spirit and wine distributors source alcohol from a large number of wineries, distilleries and importers across the globe, which they then sell to retailers. According to Statista, the supplier gross revenue of the United States distilled spirits industry amounted to approximately $22.2 billion in 2013, and the total retail value of wine sales in the United States amounted to $37.6 billion in 2014. The highly-regulated and increasingly competitive beverage, spirit & wine distribution industry has its fair share of challenges.


The specialty food distribution industry is big business in a constant state of flux. According to a Food Wholesalers report from Research and Markets, the wholesale food distribution industry in the United States includes about 34,000 establishments (single-location companies and units of multi-location companies) with combined annual revenue of approximately $800 billion. Demand is largely driven by demographic shifts, particularly trends in population, age, household size and disposable income. The constant changes in demand and seasonality, along with the competitiveness of the industry, pose unique challenges for specialty food distributors.


Dynavistics delivers easy-to-use software solutions to enhance business processes, including collections management, delivery management, trade promotion accounting, and wholesale distribution solutions. Dynavistics’ product offering is complemented by development, systems integration, consulting, training, and support services.

The mission of Dynavistics is to provide breakthrough software and services that significantly increase effectiveness, efficiency and profit. The software is designed to automate routine processes, improve cash flow, and empower business growth. Dynavistics’ clientele includes privately and publicly traded enterprises throughout 14 countries. For more information about Dynavistics, please visit: http://dynavistics.com/. For more information about Dynavistics’ end-to-end industry solutions, please visit: http://dynavistics.com/industries.

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