In this week's Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:
Tribal, a provider of
software and services to the international education market, has
Ltd.Crimson is a UK-based provider of education-focused CRM
software aimed at helping educational institutions to improve
student recruitment and business engagement.
Crimson will become Tribal's CRM solutions business and
Crimson's directors and senior management team will join Tribal to
lead that business, according to officials of the companies.
Crimson has been working in the education sector for over 10
years and offers a range of accelerators that utilize the CRM
capabilities of Dynamics 365 to create a cloud-based,
education-ready "student relationship management" solution.
"The acquisition of Crimson provides our current customers with
complementary functionality and delivers to our vision of
empowering the end-to-end student lifecycle," said Mark Pickett,
Tribal's CEO, in a statement.
Dooap, an accounts payable (AP)
automation provider for Dynamics environments, has appointed
software industry veteran Mikko Hytonen as its new CEO. Hytonen
succeeds Antti Kosunen, co-founder of Dooap and its parent company,
Efima, who will be directing Dooap’s business development.
In his new role, Hytonen will be responsible for overall
strategy and operations, including expanding the Dooap team,
growing the customer base, and continuing to develop technology and
services to address customer demand, according to company