Aplos Software, which makes cloud-based nonprofit software, has published its application programming interface. Making the API public enables developers who write software for nonprofits and churches to interface their software products with Aplos. "The API will allow these organizations a convenient way to keep their data up to date across all of their platforms and reduce the amount of time required to manage their organization," Aplos CEO Tim Goetz said in a prepared statement.
Tampa, Fla.-based Tribridge has claimed top honors from Microsoft for its Dynamics business in this country. The reseller was named 2015 U.S. Microsoft Dynamics Outstanding Partner of the Year at the Worldwide Partner Conference this month. The business was the top global VAR in 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013 and the top U.S. reseller in 2007. Tribridge, headed by CEO Tony DiBenedetto, was a finalist for the selection of the 2015 Microsoft Enterprise Resource Planning Partner of the Year.
Eide Bailly has acquired Lehi, Utah-based Kyazma Business Consulting, a firm that provides consulting services for the Salesforce.com platform. Kyazma's 35 staffers have joined the accounting firm, along with Hans Hendershot, Kyazma's president and founder, who has become a principal. Founded in 1999, Kyazma, a Salesforce Silver Cloud Alliance Partner, offers consulting packages that start with the Group Edition for $1,850.
Xero has adjusted its schedule for going public in the United States. Originally, the New Zealand-based cloud software company said it would make the move before its year ended on March 31, 2015. In a presentation before the company's shareholders in its annual meeting, CEO Rod Drury said "timing will be dependent on internal and external factors and not before release of our FY16 results.