InterDyn BMI is Happy to Announce that InterDyn LANAC Technology is now InterDyn BMI.

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Located in Downtown Chicago, InterDyn BMI is one of the largest Microsoft Business Partners in the Chicagoland area. As a premier Microsoft Value Added Reseller, we have built a strong reputation specializing in business technologies around our flagship product offering of the Microsoft Dynamics ™ Business solutions.

We are a consulting and development firm that provides business and information automation and services to midmarket organizations to help them drive increased productivity. We have industry expertise in retail, distribution, professional services, financial services, staffing, discrete process manufacturing and the public sector.

We are committed to seeing our clients thrive with the implementation of a complete software solution. We offer classroom training sessions, local support services and we are dedicated to making this a positive and lasting partnership with our clients.

Downtown Chicago

Chicago, IL

Formerly InterDyn LANAC Technology

20 N. Wacker Suite 1100
Chicago, IL 60606

Phone | +1 312-201-8808
Support |+1 (312) 506-3575
Fax | +1 (312) 201-0472


Dale May, Vice President at InterDyn BMI

“Having a nationwide team of resources will now allow InterDyn LANAC clients to have access to an award-winning team of Microsoft Dynamics professionals who can provide superior consulting and services for our local customers as well as clients outside of Chicago,” said Dale May, President/CEO of InterDyn LANAC. “Our customers will continue to receive the same local support as well as many enhanced services as a result of this transaction.”

We have built our business on long term relationships. We believe that software changes but relationships last. We also believe that clients and new customers need to focus on the technology that they have first and make sure it is doing what they purchased it to do. We specialize in performing Business Review Analysis’s to give them a indepth report on what they have, how they are using it and how they can better utilize it if they are not maximizing the benefit of what they have already acquired.