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Posts Tagged ‘Crowe Horwath’

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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Email vs Excel vs MS Project vs CRM – What is the Best Project Management Tool?

A company does not just decide one day to start using a project management system. If you are a services based company, you have always been managing projects. And you have always had some kind of system in place, even at a most basic level. But at some point you will realize the limitations of […]

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5 Reasons You Should Not Settle For an Outdated CRM System

Are you still using a Rolodex? Early CRM systems were really nothing more than computerized versions of a Rolodex. It was all based on contact records which were basically just electronic business cards. Eventually systems got better at account rollup, tracking opportunities and reporting.  But it was still just business contact management. What is available now […]

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How to Save Money With Waterfall Pricing for Dynamics 365

Unlike Dynamics CRM, with the new Microsoft Dynamics 365 pricing model, more users equals a lower cost per user. This is technically called “tiered” pricing, but “waterfall” is common industry term and better evokes the image of a downward flow of your cost per user. Let’s look at the Dynamics 365 waterfall pricing in its […]

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What Will Be Included In The Marketing App for Dynamics 365 Business Edition?

Many companies are anxious to know what will be in included in the Dynamics 365 Marketing app. that is scheduled to be released in Spring 2017 for Dynamics 365 Business Edition. Although it is not finalized and details may change, we have seen some exciting preview information. We know that the current Microsoft Dynamics Marketing […]

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Employee Benefits Brokers: The Right Tools Get the Job Done in Dynamics CRM

It is unrealistic to think there could be one, out-of-the-box CRM system that covers all the bases for all businesses. CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solutions are invaluable for many types of businesses. But businesses vary in many ways. Selecting a CRM system can be a source of frustration for certain businesses whose methods and terminology […]

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8 Proven Steps for a Smooth Microsoft Dynamics CRM Upgrade

The next time you do a Microsoft Dynamics CRM upgrade, you will likely transition to Microsoft Dynamics 365. But you will still be doing an upgrade. So it is good to be clear on the steps involved to make sure it is a successful upgrade. An upgrade is a finite project. There are milestones to complete […]

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How To Deliver Projects On Time On Budget Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Does your company want to deliver projects on time and on budget? Do you use Microsoft Dynamics CRM? AbleBridge’s Project Management tool for Dynamics CRM can help. You’ve made extensive use of your Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution in your marketing campaigns. Your sales team has also used it extensively in identifying prospects, cultivating leads and […]

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Have You Seen the Official Microsoft Dynamics CRM Roadmap Website?

Microsoft wants to keep you up to date. According to Microsoft the Dynamics CRM roadmap website at http://crmroadmap.dynamics.com/ “provides a snapshot of what we’re working on in the Dynamics CRM business. Use the roadmap to find out what we’ve recently made generally available, released into public preview, are still developing and testing, or are no […]

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How I Get My Team to Enter Project Time DAILY in Dynamics CRM

I admit that I am the “time police”. It is part of my process and a necessary evil. Even when you make it as simple for them as possible, consultants still don’t like to enter their time. As a manager, I explain to them that I understand this, but it still needs to happen. It […]

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