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By Ryan Talsma, CRM Product Manager

I wanted to take a minute and share an issue I came across when troubleshooting a CRM for Outlook Client Install. To provide some background on my specific situation, I was trying to install CRM 2016 for Outlook on a Windows 10 machine that had prior versions of CRM for Outlook installed previously.

The Error

When trying to run the CRM for Outlook installer, I received the following warning:


Posted on Mar 28th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog

Well, it has reinvented itself with a new name, new features and a new, flexible-licensing model. 

On November 1, 2016, Microsoft launched Dynamics 365—a modern, mobile and intelligent ERP AND CRM cloud business application. With this transition, the functionality of Microsoft Dynamics CRM is now within three distinct apps:

  1. Sales
  2. Marketing
  3. Service

Like the CRM you...

Posted on Mar 27th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog

The explosive growth of craft breweries is great news for enthusiasts of artisanal beers. But with today’s unparalleled popularity and the thousands of breweries in the U.S. alone competing for supermarket shelf space, making sure your beverages reach consumers is no easy task.

This is where a web store can come in, and luckily for artisanal brewers, the path to e-commerce success has already been paved for you by your predecessors; the global food and...

Posted on Mar 23rd Filed under InterDyn BMI News
By Tina Haglund, iMIS Practice Manager

Responsive Design

iMIS 20 is designed for universal browsers. This means whether you are using your laptop, smart phone, tablet or iPad the website can be viewed and users can still see all content on your website without having to scroll horizontally.

RiSE Website Example on Laptop 

RiSE Website Example on Smart Phone...

Posted on Mar 21st Filed under iMIS Blog - Engagement Management System

For a limited time, InterDyn BMI will include moving your upgraded version of Dynamics GP into the cloud.
If you want the power, flexibility and security to run your business anywhere, it is time to take the step forward and turn to the cloud. Let us help you lower your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), realize a quicker Return on Investment (ROI) and reduce the cost of running your business with the best cloud solution for you.


Posted on Mar 20th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog


States target certain businesses for sales tax audits according to data 

For most companies, the mere idea of a sales tax audit is a daunting prospect, and “fingers crossed we don’t get picked” is a popular strategy. But for certain types of businesses, just doing what you do can be enough to attract the attention of the state auditor. According to state departments of revenue data, certain industries are at a higher risk of being audited simply...

Posted on Mar 16th Filed under Partner Blog - Sales and Use Tax

We all know that Dynamics ERP systems have accounts payable functionality, but the customer experience is typically cumbersome and the work involved with managing the outdated, manual process is inefficient and time-consuming. 

An AP automation solution, however, is designed to mirror your current approval processes and workflows, but without all the paper and...

Posted on Mar 14th Filed under InterDyn BMI News

By Donald Hilton, AX Practice Manager

There is a great deal of chatter these days about Dynamics 365 and how it can be utilized for existing and developing companies.  I think that this is a game changer for those in the SMB enterprises space.  With the emergence of Dynamics 365 for Operations, a small company can utilize a platform of powerful software that was initially out of their reach.

The reason they can do this is the work Microsoft has...

Posted on Mar 10th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics AX Blog

Repost from Panatrack 

Warehouse Management System (WMS) is a broad term which can have different meanings. In order to simplify things, WMS offerings in the market typically fall into three camps:

  1. Independent WMS—with integration points back to your ERP
  2. Data Collection—provides limited capture of...
Posted on Mar 6th Filed under InterDyn BMI News

By Bryan Wilton, President

GP 2018, the next full release of Dynamics GP, is targeted to release in December of 2017. Everything seems to be “epic” now:  movie trailers boast upcoming features as epic, television shows use the same to describe next week’s episode and the political arena has found lots of uses for 'epic this' and 'epic that'. Not to be left out, GP 2018 will focus around epic stories, which should be fun. A few of those epic highlights are:  ...

Posted on Mar 6th Filed under Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog


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