June 21, 2017: DFC Consultants, an industry leader providing software for small to medium businesses, has been named one of the best workplaces nationwide by Inc. Magazine. Inc.’s Best Workplaces celebrates companies that actively strive to build vibrant and engaging cultures. At DFC, leaders stress the importance of open communication internally and with customers. DFC also offers flexible work schedules, allowing employees to come and go for appointments or other activities. During the summer months, employees take turns leaving work at noon on Fridays in order to have more time to enjoy the warm weather. Team building activities and group outings throughout the year add to the strong team environment. DFC Consultants’ full bio is listed on Inc.’s website.
June 14, 2017: It’s an undeniable truth that expense reports are a drag. But, if you’re a Microsoft Dynamics 365 user and Expensify devotee, your work week just got a whole lot easier. Stoneridge Software has released Expensify for Microsoft Dynamics 365 to deliver more efficient processes and decrease time spent on month-end. Expensify for Dynamics 365 by Stoneridge Software is now available for download from Microsoft AppSource as an integration to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials. To read the full press release, please click here.
June 8, 2017: We’re excited to announce the recent launch of our new website. With rich content and a comprehensive resource library, the TrinSoft website is designed to assist Microsoft Dynamics clients, as well as those who are new to Dynamics. We have also reshaped our approach to the way information is organized and presented. This means that site visitors can now benefit from improved usability, a more responsive design for easier mobile viewing, and extensive online content that is easier to navigate and consume. Please take a few moments to visit the new site at trinsoft.com and let us know what you think.
June 7, 2017: Triad Associates, a Dynamics GP VAR focused on higher education, sent team members to a rural community center/school in the Andes region outside Huaraz, Peru last September. Triad team set up a LAN with shared internet connectivity, training local residents on research functions. Topics of most interest were “water management and health issues”. Triad team is planning a trip later this year to a Bolivian community school.