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e2b teknologies Integrates Anytime Collect with Dynamics GP

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Accounting and ERP product reseller and developer e2b teknologies has released an integration of its Anytime Collect accounts receivable and credit collections management software for Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Anytime Collect is now designed to centralize accounts receivable information from multiple companies in the Dynamics GP database making it easier for companies to manage their accounts receivable portfolio across their various businesses.

“Last year Microsoft invited us to join their high potential partner program. This year, we’ve already grown into their managed account program which is comprised of a small group of software developers aligned with their cloud business strategies,” said e2b teknologies president Lynne Henslee. “Microsoft was instrumental in helping us launch this integration with one of their salient ERP business solutions.”

The product integrates to ERP accounting systems directly or through a synced, flat-file integration. It is available on premises or as a SaaS offering and may be purchased or licensed through a monthly subscription starting at $89 per month.

 

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