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2 Ways User Acceptance Testing Can Lower Microsoft Dynamics 365 Development Costs

Are you ready to kick the tires on Dynamics 365? When we are working on a Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly Dynamics CRM) development project we will release it, in intervals, to a staging environment. This allows you as the customer to “kick the tires” and validate that what we have delivered is what you expected. […]

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User Adoption with Microsoft CRM/Dynamics 365. Do you have it?

This is part 1 of a series of blogs on user adoption with Microsoft CRM/Dynamics 365… the Achilles heel of CRM. I will examine real-world causes of CRM user adoption failure and how to avoid or recover from the top issues that cause user adoption issues. I founded Strava Technology Group with a very clear […]

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The days of expensive, complex CRM implementations are coming to an end

I have been helping businesses implement Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions for almost 20 years. I began in the days where "Sales Force Automation (SFA)" was the buzz-term and market leaders were GoldMine & Act. While a lot has changed in the CRM space over the years history repeats itself and that is happenning in […]

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Why Don’t You Just Tell Me How Much Microsoft Dynamics CRM Will Cost?

“This is what I need; how much will it cost and how long will it take?” These are usually the first questions I am asked about a Microsoft Dynamics CRM (now Dynamics 365) project. It could be about implementing a new system, an upgrade, a customization or even a report. It may seem frustrating at […]

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Get a Budgetary Estimate NOW with Our Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM Quick Quote Wizard

Are you looking for a world-class CRM solution at a reasonable price? Are you wondering if there’s a hassle-free way to find out what your cost would be? You’re not alone. Today, implementing a CRM software system is just as essential as having a Web site! And a great place to start evaluating CRM software […]

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Take the Mystery out of CRM Pricing with Our Quick Quote Tool – Easy as 1-2-3

Why should CRM pricing be a mystery? Unfortunately, the answer is that, for whatever reason, it’s really hard to find CRM (Customer Relationship Management) pricing on the Internet. Vendors and providers for some reason hesitate to put their pricing on the Web. But wait! There is a solution to every problem and in this case, […]

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Test the Dynamics 365 Quick Quote Tool For Project Cost Estimates

Do you want an accurate, up-to-date budgetary quote on the software cost, annual maintenance fees, and estimated implementation charges for a Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly known as Dynamics CRM) project? You are in luck. The CRM Software Blog Quick Quote tool will ask you a few short questions in a wizard driven tool, such as […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. Salesforce – 5 Reasons Why Dynamics is the Better Value

If it takes the average person 10 minutes to decide whether or not to buy a shirt (Skipton Building Society), then how long does it take the average business to pick out a CRM solution? While most CRM solutions provide standard functionality like opportunity and campaign management, there's lots to consider when it comes down to […]

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What is the Essential License for Microsoft Dynamics CRM?

The least expensive license type for Microsoft Dynamics CRM is the Essential license. But before you start calculating your cost savings you should know that Essential users can not actually log in to Dynamics CRM. Which means very few companies have a reason to use this license type. So what is the Essential license? The […]

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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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