Microsoft has acquired Adxstudio, a provider of web portal and application lifecycle management solutions based in Saskatchewan.
The Canadian company’s products were already designed for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, so the acquisition makes sense.
“With this acquisition of our long-time partner, our customers will immediately be able to take advantage of new and exciting ways to engage with customers online,” wrote Bob Stutz, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, in a blog post. “Adxstudio Web portals are built natively on Dynamics CRM, allowing our customers to easily connect and extend their key sales and customer services business processes online.”
This acquisition also delivers pre-built engagement solutions including partner relationship management for organizations who sell through partner channels; technical support solutions for high tech and software development organizations; and online citizen engagement for public sector organizations. … This acquisition will empower our own customers as well as our strong partner ecosystem as it will accelerate our efforts to enable customers and independent software vendors to build their own CRM Web engagement solutions on Microsoft technologies.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.