Microsoft has selected To-Increase to participate in this week’s launch of the Microsoft GovCon Alliance along with other government contracting companies whose offerings support Microsoft Dynamics AX.
To-Increase said Monday its has included regulatory compliance management among its construction, manufacturing and professional offerings for government contractors as a member of the alliance.
“The business of government contracting is too competitive to rely on outdated solutions that enable regulatory compliance but do so at the cost of overall productivity and effectiveness of their project management and business processes,” said Cornelis Bosch, To-Increase CEO.
Bosch added To-Increase GovCon for Microsoft Dynamics AX combines compliance enablement with process optimization tools and project and resource management capabilities to meet the above needs.
The offering was unveiled at Microsoft’s Convergence 2014 event earlier this year after collaboration with industry customers and government contracting professionals, To-Increase said.
“We’re thrilled to collaborate with To-Increase and other government contracting solution experts in the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem who are instrumental the Alliance’s efforts to assist government contractors in streamlining their compliance efforts and running highly productive, agile operations,” said Elliott Ichimura, global industry director for services at Microsoft.