ADDvision bridges the gap between ERP and SharePoint
As a Microsoft Partner for Dynamics NAV and C5, ADDvision provides financial management solutions for small and medium-sized companies. Going forward, ADDvision will put even more emphasis on bridging the gap between ERP and SharePoint by utilising standard solutions. As a consequence, customers will be afforded a flexible and scalable solution. Equally important, they are able to get going without heavy investment in development
”We are a Microsoft Partner for Dynamics NAV and C5. Those are brilliant systems for accounting and financial management. But when we talk to companies who are oriented towards projects and cases, where it is all about managing workflows and processes, an ERP solution is not able to meet their needs. In those cases, SharePoint can help tie it all together, and here WorkPoint is a good out-of-the-box solution that suits perfectly,” says CEO and partner of ADDvision Per Steen Jensen.
WorkPoint complements finance and accounting
Previously, SharePoint was solely the domain of companies willing to sink millions into development. According to ADDvision, the reality today is vastly different due to, among other things, Office 365 is now shipped with SharePoint Online.
”Here, WorkPoint as a standard solution atop SharePoint is the most potent product on the market for complementing accounting and finance. WorkPoint is a comprehensive and finished product. It is a scalable solution, taking full advantage of the benefits of SharePoint,” Per Steen Jensen says.
Convergence of functions
With Dynamics NAV and WorkPoint on the Microsoft platform, ADDvision is able to tie together all the areas of focus of the company, making it possible to manage accounting, projects, emails, and documents in a single, integrated solution.
”We see a clear convergence of solutions on the Microsoft platform right now. The common interface of the future is SharePoint, where you are able to combine and expand functionality. It must be such that everyone in the organisation is backed by the right tool, rather than stoking all functions into an accounting system. The construction adviser, for instance, needs to be supported in relation to workflows, processes, and document management, while the sales consultant might be more focused on Outlook and emails, documents, contacts, and calendar. Both parties, however, might need to pull information from the ERP system,” says Per Steen Jensen.
ADDvision is a weighty sparring partner who specialised in finance management for companies with a single to 250 users. The solutions range from large ERP systems, hosting, and online warehouse management systems (WMS), to IT operations and smaller tasks. All based on thorough analysis, consulting, and project management, and in close collaboration with the customer. ADDvision is a Danish company established in 2000, and today has customers from throughout Europe.