Sysco Software, a leader in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Applications sector, is delighted to announce the strategic acquisition of Integrys Solutions Limited – Scotland’s longest established Microsoft Dynamics AX and Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Partner.
For over 20 years, Integrys Solutions has delivered specialist expertise in Dynamics AX 4.0. Dynamics AX 2009, Dynamics AX 2012 R3 and now the new Dynamics 365 for Finance & Supply Chain Management.
Aligned Values & Vision
Sysco Software became Ireland’s inaugural Microsoft Dynamics Partner over two decades ago and like Integrys, we place immense value on customer satisfaction and have a track record of high customer retention.
Today, Sysco Software has a team of over 110 Microsoft Dynamics 365 experts, delivering projects, not just in Ireland and the United Kingdom, but also on a global scale. Our core focus at Sysco Software is the Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform.
This focus has enabled us to field specialist teams across the platform in Finance and Supply Chain, Business Central, Customer Engagement, the Power Platform and Microsoft Azure.
Improved Customer Experience
In 2020, Sysco Software became a Microsoft Managed Business Solutions Partner, receiving benefits including enhanced Microsoft Product Insight, Business Support and Expertise to optimise product knowledge exchanges.
Sysco Software are committed to continued staff development and training, this investment has helped Sysco Software to earn the new, cloud-centric Microsoft Solutions Partner Designation for Business Applications.
As a company, Sysco Software have maintained a Gold Partner designation for many years, and this new award further exemplifies our support strategy to the ongoing professional development of our consulting, development and support teams through accredited programmes endorsed by Microsoft.
The acquisition presents a significant opportunity for Sysco Software to replicate and share both our success and experience to the Scottish market; a market which shares close similarities with Ireland in terms of the business culture, customer intimacy and market landscape.