Datahaven™ for Dynamics (Torrential Data): Win More by Packaging or Private-Labeling Datahaven Document Management

Date: Monday, May 6, 2019| From: 2:45 PM to 3:15 PM | Room: Charleston F

Explore how Datahaven helps partners and ISVs meet any document management requirement of any company in any industry that uses Dynamics. Datahaven for Dynamics offers partners and ISVs • new sources of professional services revenue • a more capable Dynamics solution to compete against NetSuite, Infor, and Sage • an add-on document management solution that adds to the bottom line and contributes to long-term success For Partners: Learn how Datahaven’s newly-released, pre-packaged document management solutions for sales, purchasing, payables, finance, and inventory (including lot tracking) can be: • delivered as a complete, robust solution for any of your Dynamics customers • implemented in less than two days (with multiple upsell opportunities in the future) • can be private labeled or distributed via a traditional reseller model For ISVs: Learn how Datahaven’s embedded, private-labeled solutions can be added to your vertical IP to: • enhance your solution • differentiate yourself from your competitors • reduce the number of ISVs you have to bring to the table Hear directly from an Embed ISV about their experience replacing a popular document management product in the Dynamics space with a private labeled version of Datahaven and how they now offer a much more sophisticated document management solution that is easy to price, install, and use. Embedded throughout Dynamics and Outlook and available on tablets and mobile devices, Datahaven™ provides a seamless document management experience for all of your customers.


Name: Brad Bimson

Company name: Torrential Data

Job title: President

Bio: Brad Bimson is a 20-year veteran of the technology industry and is responsible for Torrential Data’s ongoing operations and the strategic direction of its Datahaven™ solution. Before forming Torrential Data in 2005, Brad was a partner in the intellectual property group of Williams Mullen, a 300-lawyer law firm headquartered in Virginia, where he advised national, and international clients on licensing, strategic alliances, and other technology issues.