DIS – Dynamic Integrated Solutions, a leading System Integrator and ISV in the Greek market, has published nine Microsoft Dynamics 365 solutions on Microsoft AppSource that have been selected as preferred by Microsoft, being among the top publishing partners in the region. This status recognizes DIS’ value, as a fully aligned cloud solution provider with Microsoft’s strategy.



  • Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement

  • Dynamics 365 Human Resources

These cloud native applications and services have been thoroughly examined and approved by Microsoft. They have been repeatedly used in DIS’ projects, accelerating the delivery, as well as increasing the ability to address customer needs. This rigorous process has been driven by Microsoft’s team of experts, who validates solutions from partners with specific proven competencies and capabilities.

Mr. Dimitris Kontulis, Services Manager at DIS, stated:

“The release of our cloud solutions in Microsoft AppSource comes to attest our strong know-how in enterprise business processes, having executed successfully more than 70 Dynamics projects (ERP, CRM, WMS, HR). The creation of our own Intellectual Property and qualification by Microsoft was rather challenging for us. I’m truly proud of our team’s expertise and commitment in continuous research, who contributed to this milestone, offering our customers this extra level of confidence.”

Mr. Constantinos Kattirdjis, Partner Development Lead of Microsoft Greece, Cyprus, and Malta, stated:

“Integrating cloud solutions and applications of our partners, both in AppSource and Marketplace, is a strategic goal with dual importance for us. On the one hand, it accelerates business development in partnership with Microsoft and enables our partners to gain access to our international customer network by expanding the availability of their solutions in new markets. We are very happy for our long-term partnership with DIS, with which we share common goals such as the digital transformation of businesses through the implementation of modern practices and cloud technologies.”