Deluxe announced its payroll, accounting and human resources offerings will be available to users of Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 Business Central business management suite.
“With the addition of the Deluxe People Platform tool, business owners have solutions to simplify and streamline payroll and HR while also integrating financial accounting tasks from quotes, orders, invoicing, purchasing, cash management and reporting, all in one easy-to-use platform,” the announcement states.
“The integration from Deluxe will provide Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central customers with a new option for HR, payroll and accounting capabilities that are purpose-built for small businesses,” Mike Morton, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, said in a prepared statement. “Business Central is tailored for small or medium-sized businesses, so we’re pleased about the impact this integration can drive for our shared customers.”
Garry Capers, president of Cloud Solutions for Deluxe, said in a prepared statement: “Through the integration of Deluxe small business solutions, we have eliminated the need for manual importing or exporting and reconciliation of payroll data by unifying and automating our payroll solution with the financial management capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. This gives business owners more controls, efficiency and access through our single unified solution.”
Shoreview, Minn.-based Deluxe has about 6,700 employees and reported fiscal 2018 revenue of $2 billion, according to the announcement.
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