Enterprise software specialist EBS (Evolution Business Systems) today announces that its ebs-plus add-on for Microsoft Dynamics NAV has passed the Microsoft Software Solution Test milestone.
For Melbourne-based EBS, the achievement represents an important feather in its cap. The Software Solution Test for Microsoft Dynamics is a major requirement for Certified for Microsoft Dynamics status, demonstrating development quality and compatibility with the Microsoft Dynamics product.
EBS developed ebs-plus to deliver extra functionality for Microsoft Dynamics NAV including ‘localisations’ specific to the Australian market such as bank reconciliation, mapped templates and pre-configured forms. By providing out-of-the-box functionality, tools and set-up, ebs-plus ensures customers get more from their NAV system, maximise the benefits of the implementation process and obtain better value for money.
Centrify overnight announced the release of the Centrify app gateway, an exciting new capability for the Centrify User Suite that securely delivers remote access to internal web applications without the hassle or risk of a VPN.
Available immediately in Australia and globally, Centrify’s new capability will be demonstrated publicly for the first time this week at the Gartner Identity & Access Management (IAM) Summit 2014 in Centrify’s Booth Number 315.
ASX-listed company Greencap has gained real-time reporting across its multinational operations while saving more than $130,000 a year since it installed Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
Deployed by Melbourne-based Evolution Business Systems (EBS), Microsoft Dynamics NAV lets Greencap run organisation-wide reports in seconds on critical issues such as resource utilisation, project profitability and financial performance. Previously, compiling monthly board reports across the company could consume more than 30 days of productive time.
Greencap Ltd provides risk management services in every state of Australia and in South East Asia. With more than 400 professional, technical and engineering staff located in 16 offices, the group services more than 5000 business and government entities in the education, property, resources, industrial, manufacturing, retail and services sectors.
An Adelaide couple has launched a campaign to recruit as many as 200 cyclists who can raise more than $200,000 to fund research for the fight against cancer.
Meri Griesbach and her partner Horst, who lost their son after he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, are hoping to lift the funds raised by the Lightsview Ride Like Crazy event from this year’s $800,000 to more than $1 million in January 2015.
To reach seven figures, the Seaview Downs couple have joined a national team of anti-cancer cyclists, called Vision Crusaders, which has raised more than $750,000 through cycling events from Perth to New Zealand since 2011, raising over $420,000 during 2014.
SA Police established Lightsview Ride Like Crazy Inc. in 2010 after the untimely death of police officer Mick "Crazy" Koerner, from an inoperable brain tumour. Since then, the mass participation bike ride has become a well-respected and successful community event.
Internode will use its CBD-wide AdelaideFree public WiFi network to act as a conduit between fans and the Adelaide Fringe as part of its renewed sponsorship for 2015.
Via AdelaideFree, Fringe fans can use their smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices to view the Fringe itinerary, read reviews and book tickets at http://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/.
Another aspect of this cool campaign will see Internode distributing handheld fans at the Fringe Funhouse space in Rundle Mall to promote Internode Fringe Favourites, its free service that lets people plan and share their Fringe itineraries.
Just like building a music playlist, Internode Fringe Favourites lets attendees shortlist shows they want to see, buy tickets, and share personal plans with friends on Facebook. Internode Fringe Favourites is available to all Fringe fans, not just Internode customers.
Internode and the Adelaide Fringe will also share their brands on one of the city’s trams. Internode has sponsored the Adelaide Fringe for more than a decade.
Sponsorship manager Alicia Phillis said Internode’s focus for 2015 was to act as a conduit between Fringe fans and their passion. “We want to make it easy for people to enjoy the Fringe,” she said.