The SBS Group, an Edison, N.J.-based reseller, has acquired the Dynamics AX practice from Irvine, based Calif.-Solugenix. According to SBS the acquisition makes it one of the few channel with an AX help desk and in-house development resources. Solugenix will continue to provide application lifecycle management, enterprise business support and professional staffing solutions not related to Dynamics AX.
KeyedIn, which makes project management and manufacturing applications, has opened an office in Fort Myers, Fla. It is the third North American office for the cloud company. It if was just another office, this would be ho hum. However, the company says the office provides easier access to KeyedIn locations in Europe and Africa and will support planned expansion in the Caribbean and South America.
Unit4, the Netherlands-based owner of Agresso and Coda, has received a takeover bid. The company says it has been approached by private equity firms, and that is plural with no names disclosed. In a prepared statement, Unit4 says the prices appear to be in the range of up to $47.80 per share (translating from euros). We will have to look up the share base to get an idea of the size.
Cloud accounting software company Intacct has integrated its system with Salesforce Identity. The latter program delivers identity services to any app on any device with single sign-on access. The system is particularly useful with dealing with the explosion of mobile devices and app and the Bring Your Own Device culture, according to Salesforce.