Building on the promise to empower project-based businesses to turn projects into profits, Progressus, the first app designed for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central is unveiling transformative new features and expanding markets in 2024.
Velosio, the leading cloud applications partner for midmarket companies, announces a major release of Progressus in January of 2024, tailored to simplify the technology experience and empower businesses with tools designed for their specific industry needs. Progressus adds key project accounting and project management functionality to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central specifically designed for consulting, technology services, architecture, engineering and other project-centric firms like software publishers and industrial equipment manufacturers.
“Progressus is sold along with Dynamics 365 Business Central around the world,” said Robbie Morrison, Chief Strategy Officer for Velosio. “The solution was originally developed to bring the project management, project accounting and billing features of Dynamics on-premises solutions to the cloud. We’re proud to see it evolve into a complete business management solution for project-centric firms. This transition truly reflects our commitment to long-term success with solutions created by industry experts.”
Progressus has long been known as the premier solution for Dynamics Business Central for project-centric companies. Features like project accounting, resource management, time and expense tracking, subscription management, Jira and DevOps integration, scheduling and Microsoft 365 Outlook calendar integration have made it a must have for companies that rely on billable resources and complex projects. Progressus also includes Power BI reports and Power Automate features right out of the box.
Today, Velosio is announcing several new features to Progressus, including multi-entity management (multi-company), client relationship management functionality, and AI-powered insights. These features will be included in the first quarter update in 2024. The integration of Microsoft Copilot to Business Central will allow Progressus to utilize AI and natural language processing to enable business users to create content faster. Along with other Microsoft productivity tools, users can complete routine and time-consuming work tasks with minimal effort, eliminate the majority of manual processes, and streamline business processes like never before.
These advancements position Progressus as the go-to choice to ensure project profitability, exceed client expectations, achieve resource efficiency, and simplify the technology experience. With integration to the entire Microsoft suite of business applications companies can manage their entire end-to-end business from any device, anywhere in the world.
Formal announcements will be made at Dynamic Community Summit in Charlotte, NC on October 16th. This event is the premier educational form for Microsoft Dynamics users in North America and takes place over 5 days with expert users, Microsoft leadership, MVPs and leading partners, including Velosio and Stratos Cloud Alliance.
James Thomas, Industry Director for Project Businesses at Velosio, emphasized, “The Microsoft platform, coupled with forward-thinking technologies like Generative AI and Microsoft Copilot, is not only transforming the realm of software development but also improving the user experience and driving higher adoption rates for solutions like Progressus.”
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