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Microsoft and XFormity Unveil New Version of BPx

Originally published November 10, 2005

Microsoft and XFormity have recently announced the availability of BPx, the next version of XFormity's integrated business intelligence and financial management software that provides the foodservice industry with a cost-effective and flexible solution for managing and analyzing business data.

The latest version of BPx combines XFormity's data integration capabilities with the financial accounting and business analytics tools of Microsoft Business Solutions—Great Plains.

The solution uses the interoperability and integration advantages of the Microsoft .NET Framework, to enable foodservice organizations to have direct integration between the home office accounting system and in-store data, including cash management, labor and food costs, enabling them to make faster, more-informed business decisions by gaining better insight into the key metrics that drive profitability.

Microsoft said that by providing the BPx solution via a hosted service, foodservice operators can achieve greater cost savings through reduced setup and maintenance costs, reduced IT overhead and accounting labor, and better-quality data.

"As part of our Connected Franchise vision, we will offer our customer base a wide range of Microsoft products, from Microsoft Office to Microsoft Dynamics," said Chris Ball, General Manager and COO of XFormity. "The marketplace has emphatically endorsed the standardization of data movement from the point of sale to the general ledger and all points between."

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