K-Rise Systems, provider of business applications to companies around the world, announced today that EASYProcess™ version 4.6, its proprietary enterprise development platform, has achieved Microsoft Dynamics AX integration.
EASYProcess connects to
This integration will be introduced at
One major area of success for K-Rise Systems has been EASYProcess integration with Microsoft SharePoint. The growing interest in SharePoint indicated that the first area of EASYProcess integration with Microsoft Dynamic AX should be with this business collaboration platform. Users of SharePoint will only need to include EASYProcess as a “Feature” of SharePoint, and will then have the ability to include Microsoft Dynamics AX data, as well as enterprise-class business applications, powered by EASYProcess, directly within SharePoint.
Since 2005, K-Rise Systems has been working with varying ERP communities, offering its EASYCommerce, Vendor Self-Service, and EASYBuyer portals, all of which are built using EASYProcess, as business solutions. K-Rise Systems' modules, portals, and applications connect to JD Edwards, E-Business Suite, SAP, and Microsoft Dynamics AX, and many more. Among the company's customers utilizing EASYProcess solutions are leaders in the airline, media entertainment, construction, and consumer products industries, respectively, as well as government municipalities.
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