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What Happened to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online?

Thousands of customers rely on Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online to manage their customer relationships, sales pipelines, marketing campaigns, and service calls. If you’re one of those who utilize CRM Online and have noticed there isn’t much information about it online anymore, don’t fret. Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online has transitioned to Dynamics 365, a new software […]

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Unify ERP and CRM in the Cloud with Microsoft Dynamics 365

For decades, businesses have operated within the limitations of their business applications. No matter how big they could dream, those dreams often had to be curtailed and molded to fit within the confines of their ERP, CRM and other business software. If the software could not do it, the business either had to find a […]

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Looking Back At Microsoft Dynamics & CRM in 2016

Wow! What an amazing year of change and growth in the world of Microsoft Dynamics and CRM. Here is our pick of the most significant events in 2016 from our view in the UK. CRM 2016 Back in January, early adopters were deploying Microsoft Dynamics 2016. Some of the notable updates in this latest version included: New mobile […]

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What Microsoft Dynamics 365 means for CRM pricing and competition

Microsoft Dynamics 365 provides a lot of insight into where Microsoft has been, as well as where it is going with both its ERP and CRM lines. A single business platform and common data model that simplifies IT and application integration has been a decades-old vision of Microsoft’s, and has come to fruition with the release of Microsoft […]

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Mobile Sales & Field Service Offline Mobile CRM for Dynamics CRM and Salesforce

Resco, a leading provider of cross-platform mobile CRM solutions to businesses of all sizes has made an announcement today. Their number one fully-fledged offline mobile CRM solution is available to the Salesforce community using mobile sales and field service. Thereby, extending their overall strategy and bringing a platform to any organization that utilizes Salesforce solutions […]

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4 Ways to Transform Your Business with a Modern CRM Solution

In the last few years, automation has become more than a luxury for keeping up with customer expectations, it's a necessity. Our digital world simply provides too many avenues for sales and marketing teams to focus on manually. Even large firms that had seemingly perfected their processes for working with legacy CRM solutions have seen […]

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New White Paper: CRM is not just for salespeople – It is for your customers!

Why is it that some people think CRM is just for salespeople? After all, CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management. And when it comes to customers, there are many people in your company who interact on a daily basis with your customers. Certainly not just salespeople. To illustrate how Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online works across […]

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Microsoft Common Data Model and Flow and PowerApps…Oh My!

I had a bit of time recently to investigate some of the new and not-so-new technologies coming out of the Redmond campus and things look quite interesting.   Microsoft Common Data Model (CDM) The first piece of the puzzle is something called the Common Data Model or CDM. Surprisingly enough, Microsoft actually chose a nice […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Keeps Marketing Lists Clean

Small businesses implement CRM solutions to make information procedures, like maintaining marketing lists, easier to perform. When it comes time to update contact information, create new email marketing lists or reach out to neglected opportunities, it's simpler if the data is visible and users can make changes based on real-time activities. Microsoft Dynamics CRM offers […]

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The Role of the Modern CRM Platform – Loyalty and the Customer Experience

There was a time when leads and opportunities were managed within Excel sheets, or by using simple contact management software. Sales teams reacted to customer demands and worked from a set of scripts that helped direct them to what they needed. “The bulk of B2B purchasing decisions take place before a customer contacts a supplier.” Today’s customers are much more […]

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