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TreeHouse Reseller View PRM Available on Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace

With Out of the Box Integrations for Salesforce CRM, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics

TreeHouse Interactive www.treehousei.com)">(www.treehousei.com), a provider of on-demand partner relationship management (PRM) and marketing automation solutions, has announced its Reseller View PRM system is now available on the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace. With this development, Microsoft Dynamics CRM users will have access to the complete partner management capabilities offered in Reseller View.

Earlier this year, TreeHouse Interactive announced integration of its Reseller View PRM system with Microsoft Dynamics CRM, offering a fully customized partner portal, seamless integration of partner funnels with Dynamics CRM, partner on-boarding, deal registration, lead distribution, automated partner marketing enablement, automated training and certification (LMS), partner locator and a host of other features to make partner management easier and give partners everything they need to better sell, service and support a company's products. Reseller View is compatible with Microsoft Dynamics On-Premise versions 4.0 and 2011, as well as the cloud-based Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

Availability on Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace requires Microsoft testing and approval, and is accompanied by reviews from Microsoft Dynamics CRM users. Reseller View's availability on the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace is a testament to the continuing innovation and customer-driven design that is paramount to TreeHouse's approach to product development. Reseller View is now the only PRM offering to have standard integrations with salesforce.com, Oracle and Microsoft out of the box.

"Our competitors in this space have really missed the mark," said Erich Flynn, CEO, TreeHouse Interactive. "Integration with CRM is core to creating, maintaining and growing successful partner networks. We have spent development time on integrating with salesforce.com, Oracle and Microsoft offerings because it matters to our customers. We don't believe they should pay exorbitant integration fees for one-off integrations that are not approved or tested, or may be limited in scope. Our customers demand something deeper and we've listened. Being integrated and part of the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace shows our dedication to both our customers and Microsoft in helping to solve real business issues."

Several customers have reviewed the integrated offering on the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace and have given it five out of five stars. They highlight a seamless integration with Dynamics CRM, ability to easily switch their partner network to Microsoft Dynamics from another CRM system without any partner downtime, and TreeHouse's ability to deliver a turnkey, fully-integrated PRM system on time and on budget with the advanced features they need.

User reviews can be seen at: http://dynamics.pinpoint.microsoft.com/en-us/applications/reseller-view-partner-relationship-management-prm-12884945176/reviews.

Reseller View is generally available now on the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace for all Dynamics users. To see a demonstration, contact TreeHouse Interactive at 801.576.8428, [email protected] or visit www.treehousei.com.

To learn more about partner relationship management and Reseller View, see Reseller View resources.

About TreeHouse Interactive

TreeHouse Interactive delivers on demand partner relationship management (PRM) and marketing automation solutions to companies that want to grow. Reseller View is the most complete PRM in the industry while Marketing View has been innovating marketing automation since 1998. For more information, visit www.treehousei.com or call 801.576.8428.

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