EIS for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

September 19, 2018

DiCentral’s Embedded Integration Solution (EIS) for Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a multi-tenant, cloud-based, and webservices enabled solution that achieves the true optimization of business practices for which EDI has always been intended.

All mapping, trading partner management, testing, configuration, and 997 Functional Acknowledgment tracking are fully managed without the need for updates or patches to be purchased or installed by end users.

FULL DATA INTEGRATION

Microsoft Dynamics 365 users’ sales, invoicing, production, scheduling, and shipping data are all fully integrated and reconciled, eliminating any need for manual intervention.

This integration greatly improves collaboration, visibility and optimizes processes in the supply chain. It promotes a tangible Return On Investment and radically changes the way organizations communicate and interact with each other.

Customer and Supplier-Facing EDI

Capable of both customer- and supplier-facing EDI, Microsoft Dynamics 365 enterprises can now cost-effectively implement an EDI program with their own suppliers by combining private network transmissions with a vendor accessible web portal.

All IP Developed And Owned By DiCentral

DiCentral’s EIS comes equipped with validation, automation, and reporting functionalities that have been designed with the user in mind, and that enable Microsoft Dynamics 365 users to take full advantage of the Dynamics 365 platform. Seamless data integration and embedded functionality allow all EDI related activities to be executed within the native end user environment of Microsoft Dynamics 365. Standard Microsoft Dynamics 365 error notifications are employed to achieve seamless management by exception best practices.

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