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Sunrise adds ecommerce framework to Sunrise 365 solution

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Aug '19
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Sunrise, a global provider of Microsoft Dynamics 365 business applications and cloud services, has announced that its Sunrise 365 solution now includes an ecommerce platform integration framework. Sunrise, based in the US, is a premier global provider for Microsoft cloud-based solutions, backed by extensive industry expertise in various industries.

The ecommerce integration framework joins a robust family of integration tools in Sunrise 365 that also includes: frameworks for PLM systems, third party logistics providers, and custom integrations, all designed to save customers’ time and money during Microsoft Dynamics 365 finance and operations implementations, according to Sunrise.

Unlike other solutions, Sunrise’s ecommerce integration framework can work with any ecommerce platform, giving the customer the freedom and flexibility to choose whatever solution best fits their needs.

“We’re excited to offer the ecommerce framework because it’s one of the most common integration scenarios we encounter on our implementations. It allows us to maintain best practices and ensure a consistent, repeatable process across all our projects, and for all of our customers,” Brad Edwards, CTO of Sunrise said. (GK)

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