appStrategy Inc., offering migration, integration and automation software, has launched appCompass 5.0, a workflow-based solution for automating and extending processes with Microsoft (News - Alert) Dynamics CRM 2011.
In a release, Brad Wilson, General Manager, Microsoft Dynamics CRM product management, said “Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 delivers a powerful and flexible foundation for partners to build innovative CRM solutions The new solution by appStrategy is an example of a partner taking advantage of the single development environment for Microsoft Dynamics CRM across the cloud and on-premise deployments to meet the critical business needs of our customers.”
The appCompass 5 product suite, the first enterprise-level integration solution based on the latest editions of Windows Communication Foundation and Windows Workflow Foundation, can combine on-premise, cloud and legacy systems along with Dynamics CRM 2011. The solution integrates SharePoint 2010, file systems, Active Directory, all popular databases, Exchange, ERP systems and cloud services with Dynamics CRM 2011 Online as well as Dynamics CRM 2011. The appCompass 5 suite comes in Enterprise and Professional editions. It includes the appCompass Workflow Server, appCompass Workflow Studio, connectors, workflow activity modules, and plugins for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Online and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The suite is flexibly priced depending on the workflow modules as well as connector platforms.
Greg Ozuzu, Founder and CEO of appStrategy, said that “For Microsoft Dynamics CRM users, the most compelling feature of appCompass 5 is the fact that they can now compose and deploy declarative integration, migration and automation workflows without writing a single line of code. All that is required to deploy powerful appCompass-generated workflows in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is to simply register the workflow. Our new appCompass Workflow Studio gives users an integrated environment for generating solutions that seamlessly extend Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 processes.”
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Edited by Patrick Barnard