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Hubwoo Announces Partnership Program for The Business Network for Microsoft Dynamics®

PARIS, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hubwoo (Euronext: HBW.NX), a leading collaborative business network provider, today announced the Hubwoo Partner Program for Microsoft Dynamics® partners. The program pairs Hubwoo's global cloud business network for B2B commerce with industry-leading ERP solution Microsoft Dynamics®, extending the Dynamics community to the over one million companies already on The Business Network today. The first partners in the new Hubwoo partner ecosystem are Junction Solutions and I.B.I.S., Inc. who are participating under the Hubwoo partner early adopter program.  Junction Solutions is also working directly with Hubwoo to build complete integration to The Business Network from the Dynamics AX solution. 

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Under terms of the early adopter program, Junction Solutions and I.B.I.S., Inc. will be promoting The Business Network for Microsoft Dynamics® to their existing customers and new prospects, capitalizing on the recent global alliance between Microsoft and Hubwoo.

"Empowering a broad VAR partner community is essential to getting the cost savings and revenue - generating benefits of The Business Network to the Microsoft Dynamics AX customer base in mass," said Rinus Strydom, Hubwoo CMO. "The Microsoft VAR community also stands to benefit from bringing an innovative cloud solution to their customer base and driving tangible savings that easily justify ERP projects."

"As one of a small number of Global ISVs we work with, our strategic initiative with Hubwoo provides  our entire ecosystem with incremental procurement and accounts payable value. The natural extension this alliance brings by enabling intercompany business processes makes it a natural next step for the customers our partners work with today," said Christian Pedersen, General Manager of Microsoft Dynamics® AX.  "I am really excited about what this partnership brings to our customers, and I'm equally excited about the opportunity it brings to our partners."

With the launch of the Hubwoo Partner Program for Microsoft Dynamics®, Hubwoo is collaborating with recognized leaders in the Microsoft Dynamics® community in ERP, procurement, accounts payable and integration services. These partnerships, along with the recent announcement to deliver The Business Network for Microsoft Dynamics®, underscore the commitment Hubwoo has made to making The Business Network the network of choice for the Microsoft Dynamics® ecosystem.

"We are excited about bringing The Business Network for Microsoft Dynamics®  to our customers and prospects to help them get the most out of their AX investment.  Whether customers plan to buy or sell on the network, the value across procurement, accounts payable and sales processes ensures cost savings and productivity on both sides of the equation.  Looking at what Hubwoo's customers are gaining, in terms of buyer's savings and seller's increased sales convinced us to partner with Hubwoo as an early adopter VAR,"  said Chris Hafenscher, Senior Vice President of Sales and Alliances.

Junction Solutions is working closely with Hubwoo on the integration of The Business Network with Microsoft Dynamics® AX. 

"The Business Network for Microsoft Dynamics® is a natural fit with the product roadmap for our Dynamics AX based Advanced Distribution Software offering. Successful distributors today need the ability to purchase as efficiently as they sell to maximize their profit. We look forward to working closely with Hubwoo in extending their product into Advanced Distribution Software to deliver a robust B2B commerce solution into our high volume distributor market," stated Andy Vabulas, Chief Executive Officer and founder of I.B.I.S., Inc.

To hear more about Hubwoo's Partner Program for Microsoft Dynamics® partners Click Here to watch a recent webinar conducted by Christian Pedersen, General Manager of Microsoft Dynamics® Product and Rinus Strydom, CMO and SVP Solutions of Hubwoo announcing the program.  For more information and to sign up to become an Authorized Hubwoo Partner, visit: http://www.hubwoo.com/microsoftpartners. If you are a Microsoft Partner and have questions about the program, contact Tracy Rummel, Director Channel Marketing, channelprogram@hubwoo.com.

About Hubwoo (www.hubwoo.com)

Hubwoo delivers a step change in value to procurement, accounts payable and sales processes, increasing spend compliance and invoice automation. Powered by the worlds' busiest open and collaborative business network, Hubwoo connects companies to enable more productive B2B commerce. Through The Business Network, Hubwoo is equally focused on buyer and seller value, helping companies buy, sell and pay smarter. The Business Network drives value for organizations by connecting them to over one million active businesses around the globe. Significant customers include BASF, Honeywell, Shell, Evonik, EDF, Nokia, Monsanto, Nationwide, Michelin, Henkel, Statoil, CONSOL Energy, EcoPetrol, Campbell's, Burton's Foods, and The Dow Chemical Company.  Hubwoo's global partnerships include Microsoft, IBM, and Dun & Bradstreet.

Hubwoo has major operations in Paris, Houston, Chicago, Bonn, London, Manila, and Leuven, and is listed in Compartment C on the Euronext Paris Eurolist.

ISIN: FR0004052561, Euronext: HBW, Reuters: HBWO.PA, Bloomberg: HBW:FP

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