Deluxe, Microsoft To Present SMB Administration Instruments


Deluxe announced that its payroll, accounting and human resources offerings will be available to users of Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 Business Central Business Management Suite.

“With the Deluxe People Platform tool, business owners have solutions to simplify and streamline payroll and human resources while integrating financial accounting tasks from quotes, orders, invoicing, purchasing, cash management and reporting into one easy-to-use platform,” says the Announcement.

“The integration of Deluxe will give Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central customers a new option for HR, payroll and accounting functions specifically designed for small businesses,” said Mike Morton, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central prepared statement. “Business Central is tailored for small and medium-sized companies, so we’re excited about the impact this integration can have on our mutual customers.”

Garry Capers, President of Cloud Solutions for Deluxe, said in a prepared statement, “By integrating Deluxe small business solutions, we have eliminated the need to manually import or export and reconcile payroll data by integrating our payroll solution with the financial management capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. This gives business owners more control, efficiency and access through our only unified solution. “

Deluxe, headquartered in Shoreview, Minnesota, employs approximately 6,700 people and had sales of $ 2 billion in fiscal 2018.

The company is widely known as the dominant player in the paper check printing business.

Barry McCarthy, chief executive of Deluxe, told Karen Webster of PYMNTS in March that the company was working to bridge the gap between paper and digital payments – and that there was “a huge gaping opportunity” in B2B.



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