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If You’re App-y and You Know It, Clap Your Hands

Come one, come all! It’s the newest show in town! There’s sure to be something for everyone, a smorgasbord of enticing apps to pique your interest, with free trials to boot!   I know what you’re thinking… and no, the digital circus isn’t pulling into a website near you. I’m actually referring to the Microsoft […]

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How Microsoft CRM Creates Convenience in the Media Industry

With the rapid evolution of the internet the opportunities for advertising have become endless. Media companies can offer a variety of platforms to customers at all different scopes and costs. This variety can create stress for salespeople whose job it is to present all the advertising options to their customers. A system like Microsoft Dynamics […]

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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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CRM Adoption 2017 Survey

CRM Adoption 2017 There is no denying CRM solutions are a substantial investment for the average company. As CRM software development begins to focus more on the user experience, adoption rates have increased dramatically. As well, cloud technology has taken CRM, what was once considered an enterprise solution, and leveled the playing field to make […]

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Organization Insights allows for a deeper understanding of Dynamics 365 usage

In late December 2016 Microsoft released a new solution for Dynamics 365 called Organization Insights that surfaces a set of kpis that provides administrators with a deep understanding of Dynamics 365 adoption and troubleshooting for potential problems. Among the kpis surfaced include charts that can measure and identify: Active and Inactive users Entities by number of records and storage usage […]

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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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How Will Dynamics 365 Effect Microsoft Dynamics CRM Customers?

You may have heard about Dynamics 365, which is the latest offering from Microsoft for small to midsize businesses. This new offering is taking the place of Dynamics CRM Online and customers will soon transition to the new platform. Some of the most asked questions about this transition are below. How will this transition effect […]

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Free Webcast: Dynamics CRM Online (CRMOL):

NexusTek's Webcast Series Q4 2016 Join NexusTek’s Dynamics CRM experts, Chris Corbett and Kathryn Lanpher Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 10am (MDT) Join the discussion as our experts demonstrate how Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online (CRMOL) and Office 365 form a powerful tool to seamlessly connect information with the people and processes inside your business. Register Here! […]

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Need Help Configuring AlwaysOn Availability Groups for Dynamics CRM 2016?

Configuring Dynamics CRM 2016/2015 with SQL Server 2014 AlwaysOn Availability By Shashank Chandra, Sr. Dynamics CRM Consultant Microsoft SQL Server Availability Groups provide a comprehensive high availability and disaster recovery solution. In this blog post we will see how to configure Dynamics CRM 2016/2015 with SQL Server 2014 AlwaysOn Availability Groups. The diagram below illustrates the […]

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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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