Norwell, MA (PRWEB) June 16, 2014
To-Increase, a leading global developer of industry, integration and business process management solutions for Microsoft Dynamics AX, has been selected to participate in the Microsoft GovCon Alliance launch on June 16. As a Microsoft GovCon Alliance Member, To-Increase has enhanced their construction, manufacturing and professional services solutions for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 to include comprehensive regulatory compliance management for government contractors.
Cornelis Bosch, CEO of To-Increase, says, “Government contractors, and particularly those government contractors who also want to grow their business in the commercial market, have been poorly served by traditional solutions. The business of government contracting is too competitive to rely on outdated solutions that enable regulatory compliance but do so at the cost of overall productivity and effectiveness of their project management and business processes. To help government contractors succeed, we provide compliance enablement together with process optimization, mobile apps, and comprehensive business management capabilities built on Microsoft Dynamics AX.”
Elliott Ichimura, Global Industry Director, Services, at Microsoft, notes, “With the GovCon Alliance, Microsoft is proud and excited to respond to the needs that we have heard from so many companies in the government contracting market. We’re thrilled to collaborate with To-Increase and other government contracting solution experts in the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem who are instrumental the Alliance’s efforts to assist government contractors in streamlining their compliance efforts and running highly productive, agile operations.”
The company showcased To-Increase GovCon for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 earlier this year at Convergence 2014, Microsoft’s annual customer conference in Atlanta. To-Increase unveiled a fully integrated solution capable of managing CAS, FAR, DCMA, and DCAA compliance for project-based firms as well as a web-based application for smartphones and tablets like the iPad or Microsoft Surface. These companion solutions, designed to meet the needs of both mid-market and large enterprise government contractors, were the result of intense engagement and collaborative solution development with government contracting experts and customers in project-based companies in the manufacturing, construction, and professional services industries.
“No longer do government contractors have to think about running separate systems to support their compliance efforts and manage their business operations,” adds Bosch. “With To-Increase GovCon, they receive the tools to achieve regulatory compliance and gain the resources to manage successful, profitable projects, manage their resources and operations for best results, and pursue their growth strategy based on meaningful insight.”
To learn more about To-Increase GovCon for Microsoft Dynamics AX, visit http://www.to-increase.com/govcon to test drive our cloud-based app or request a complete solution demonstration.
At To-Increase, teams of seasoned industry experts and creative technologists come together to build software solutions that help our customers operate and grow more efficiently and sharpen their competitive edge. To-Increase dives deeply into the issues and trends that affect our customers’ industries and markets and find the best ways to use technology in addressing the issues they face every day. As of 2013, more than 1,600 customers worldwide run their operations with our enterprise software solutions for the construction, discrete manufacturing, distribution, food, and retail industries.
Our cross-industry solutions help companies translate their processes into solution capabilities, optimize their supply and value chains, and build integrated business management infrastructures. Because we incorporate all critical business processes into our products, you can meet your unique requirements with standardized technology that is easy and economical to implement, maintain, and upgrade. To learn more, visit http://www.to-increase.com or contact info(at)to-increase(dot)com.
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