Dynamics AnywhereColumbus, the Copenhagen, Denmark-based VAR and consulting firm, has acquired Dynamics Anywhere. Technically, the Netherlands-based target was purchased by To-Increase, the software development arm of Columbus. At least, that's how the press release from Dynamics Anywhere pictured it. Columbus didn't mention its subsidiary in this deal. Terms were not disclosed. Whatever the case, DA has mobile products for Dynamics AX and NAV. For both the AX Anywhere and NAV Anywhere offerings, modules include sales, logistics and sales.

 The AX edition adds Production Control and iPad Field Sales and a feature pack designed to make AX 2012 R3 WMS more user friendly. DA says it has a global channel of 150 companies. In the United States, the AX channel includes Arbela Technologies, Ascent Innovations, Clients First Business Solutions, Fullscope, I.B.I.S. mcaConnect Sunrise Technologies. Also in the mix is ASI Succeed, an Acumatica, Sage and Syspro VAR, which shows no Microsoft products on its webpage. There are a number of international players that operate the U.S., including Avanade and Systems Advisors Group, along with Quantum Dynamics, which has offices in Lake Forest, Ill., and London, England. The much-shorter NAV list, at least for this country, also features Ascent and Clients First

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