Cashbook partners with Grey Matter for Microsoft Azure
News|17 June 2021
Cashbook has partnered with Grey Matter for Microsoft Azure to release the next generation of their proven cash automation platform on Azure.
This partnership is enabling Cashbook to deliver their solution in the cloud to their clients at an accelerated place with all the scalability, reliability and security features expected from a premier cloud services ecosystem.
“Microsoft technologies have been a key part of Cashbook’s development stack for over 20 years. With the Microsoft Azure partnership, Cashbook is extending the relationship to cloud services as well. Going forward, it is also the most natural fit with our D365 strategy. We are very excited to partner with Grey Matter to deliver our web release on Azure. Their recognized expertise is helping us to provide the latest Cashbook functionality as an extremely secure and reliable cloud-enabled service to our clients.” – Greg Coulter, CEO, Cashbook.
Contact Grey Matter
If you have any questions or want some extra information, complete the form below and one of the team will be in touch ASAP. If you have a specific use case, please let us know and we'll help you find the right solution faster.
Twice a year ESET collates its threat research to bring you an overview of the key trends and findings. Businesses can use this to gain insight into the cyber security landscape, and use it help identify areas that need further...
Thu 14 September 2023 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm BST
Our Azure Solution Specialist covers modernising existing applications and building new apps in a cloud native way
Tue 26 September 2023 8:50 am - 8:00 pm BST
A free .NET community event Join JetBrains on 26 September 2023 for this free annual online event for .NET developers. Ten amazing community speakers will share what they’re passionate about in the .NET world. Topics include C#, F#, Blazor, Avalonia,...
Wed 27 September 2023 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm BST
In this session with Secure Impact, we’ll run through several common industry myths around penetration testing, and discuss best practices.