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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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7 Questions New Clients Always Ask About Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Evaluating a new CRM package, and a new CRM partner, is an important project. In my experience, customers I speak with almost always ask some or all of these seven questions: What does Microsoft Dynamics CRM require to run? Microsoft Dynamics CRM currently runs on Windows Server and Microsoft SQL Server; you can choose to […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs Salesforce: Is Cloud Always the Best Choice?

Salesforce.com is offered through the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) (aka Cloud) model, which means you pay a monthly fee to rent access to the application. There is no option for you to bring the application on-premises or into a hosted environment if your business requirements change. With the power of choice in deployment, Microsoft Dynamics CRM allows […]

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How an IT Services Firm Manages Project Resource Scheduling in Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Do you find it difficult to manage your own schedule? What if you had to manage the schedules of 200 consultants flying all over the world working on complex IT projects? Trustmarque is a leading IT Services firm in the UK. They have hundreds of employees working onsite, in IT consulting roles, at both private […]

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Why Do 30,000+ Businesses Worldwide Use Microsoft Dynamics CRM? (Infographic)

Over 30,000 businesses use Microsoft Dynamics CRM because they know that repeat customers are crucial to their success, and the way to get them to return is to satisfy them the first time. They have invested in CRM software to avoid letting their customers slip between the cracks of neglect. If you are reading this, […]

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Microsoft plays nice in the CRM sandbox vs. Salesforce’s cut-throat approach

By Marcia Nita Doron, Altico Advisors In May, Microsoft announced an agreement with Salesforce and many marveled that the two arch rivals could actually play nice in the CRM sandbox together. According to the press release: “… Microsoft Corp. and salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) announced a strategic partnership to create new solutions that connect salesforce.com’s customer relationship […]

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The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Tsunami of New Releases: Leo, Subra and Mira. Hear Them Roar!

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM so-called 2014 Spring Wave release brought so many new features alive that one would more correctly have to call it a tsunami. Now, those of us who use Microsoft Dynamics CRM every day for sales, marketing and service reaping the benefits. That which had been code-named Leo (I’m a Leo!) brought […]

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Integrating Project Management Capabilities with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Integrating project management capabilities into your Microsoft Dynamics CRM implementation seems like a logical step for any professional services based business. However, managing the service delivery after the sale oftentimes takes a back seat to the upfront sales and marketing activities required to get the customer in the first place.   5 key aspects to […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM – The Engine that Powers your Email Marketing

To some extent, marketing is guided by available technology.  Before the advent of email, before the Internet and the WorldWideWeb, mail was the only vehicle for “direct” marketing.  Print, radio and television were available, of course, but while your marketing message could be aimed at a particular geography, the message almost per force had to […]

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What You Should Expect from Your Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner

If you’ve ever gone shopping for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM partner, you’ve probably noticed the same things that I have. 1) Some of their Web sites are better than others. But how important is that? 2) They all say pretty much the same thing. By that I mean, they all say they’re great at what […]

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