MIT Consulting Services Selects BPA Platform for Microsoft Dynamics ERP Integration Projects
BPA Platform helping customers integrate CRM, eCommerce and ERP systems to save time and reduce costs
Tim Duncan has been a Microsoft Dynamics ERP consultant for over 15 years, working for both Microsoft partners and end users. With this vast experience, Tim set up his own company, MIT Consulting Services Ltd., in 2019 and has attracted a large number of clients from UK, Ireland, USA and Costa Rica looking for integration solutions and consultancy services for their Microsoft Dynamics environments.
"I've had a number of opportunities and requests, especially from the USA, for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central integration and eCommerce websites, as well as CRM systems and Dynamics GP / Dynamics 365. I therefore started researching and reviewing integration tools and platforms and found Codeless Platforms' BPA Platform," said Tim Duncan, CEO, MIT Consulting Services Ltd.
"BPA Platform seems to be able to integrate with a vast number of different systems or different tools, which was one reason why I was very impressed with the product. It is on par, if not better, than another integration tool that is popular in the Microsoft Dynamics arena."
With opportunities coming in from around the globe, especially concerning integration, Tim Duncan can already see the benefits of using BPA Platform to help customers implement business process automation.
"The main thing will be time saving, from the reduced amount of manual entry. I have some new customers that are going to eCommerce site to Dynamics 365 Business Central (https://www.codelessplatforms.com/
"BPA Platform is also a highly scalable solution, which will make my customers think what else they can integrate or use it for. For example, if salespeople out in the field are getting new customers or orders, rather than manually taking that information down and manually inputting it into the ERP system later on, they could, for example, input it into Dynamics CRM or Salesforce, which can then be automatically pushed into their ERP system."
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