Microsoft ANZ and Dicker Data launch #GYDE365 Partner Programme.
To help increase Microsoft Dynamics 365 partner capacity and better serve the growing number of Dynamics 365 customers in the ANZ region, a programme between Microsoft ANZ and @Dicker Data that will use Seer 365’s #GYDE365 Platform, was recently launched.
As a cloud distributor, Dicker Data have relationships with a variety of businesses, many of which are either looking to establish a new Dynamics 365 practice or more effectively scale their existing Dynamics 365 practices, where GYDE365 could make a real difference.
GYDE365, which is already successfully used by partners of varying sizes across the globe, helps address some of the key challenges that can deter companies from establishing and growing their practices, including difficulty in finding employees with the right skills. It provides standardisation and automation across the Dynamics 365 sales and implementation process, enabling partners to significantly increase workforce productivity and provide a more efficient and higher quality of engagement to their customers.
Tash Quinn, Seer 365’s Regional Director for ANZ, commented, “We already have a number of partners that are successfully using GYDE365 within the region, with more looking to come on to the platform. The feedback from each partner that we have spoken with has been very positive. Our solution has transformed the traditional Dynamics 365 journey by removing the bottlenecks that can result from a lack of skilled resource availability and by addressing the challenges of trying to organise in-person, requirements capture workshops. Plus, GYDE365 automates the creation of key output reports, which previously could take partners several weeks to produce. These time-savings, coupled with the repeatability and consistency in quality that it provides, enables partners to significantly improve their productivity and increase client satisfaction.”
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