SKYCITY Entertainment Group is working with Intergen to deliver Microsoft Dynamics 365 to 6000 users across New Zealand and Australia.\nThe deal includes the implementation of Dynamics 365 for Operations with a focus on finance and supply chain. \nThe deployment will provide real-time numbers and analytics for SKYCITY to deliver strategic, data-driven insights. \nSKYCITY will standardise financial practices across the organisations using best practice guidelines included in Dynamics 365 for Operations, according to a press statement released by Intergen.\nSKYCITY is New Zealand\u2019s largest tourism, leisure, and entertainment company and is publicly-listed in both New Zealand and Australia. It has sites in New Zealand (Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown) and Australia (Adelaide and Darwin). \nRichard Smyth, Deputy CFO, SKYCITY, says ease of use was a critical factor in the decision because of the number of users across the business. \n\u201cSKYCITY is confident in Intergen\u2019s ability to implement a Dynamics 365 for Operations solution that will continue to evolve with our requirements now and into the future,\u201d says Smyth. \n\u201cAs this is such an important business system, it was critical that we could trust our partner, and Intergen\u2019s expertise, professionalism, and assurance gave us confidence that it was the right choice.\u201d \nIntergen CEO Simon Bright says the deployment will bring SKYCITY into the modern world from an application perspective, providing a lot more benefits and tools for employees, and giving the organisation a complete technical refresh. \nSimon Bright, NZ CEO of Intergen\n\u201cThis deal reinforces Intergen\u2019s position in providing solutions that address the needs of the highest level of the enterprise,\u201d says Bright.\nSend news tips and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org\nFollow CIO New Zealand on Twitter:@cio_nz\nSign up forCIO newsletters for regular updates on CIO news, views and events.