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Everything Your Sales and Marketing Teams Need to Get Started with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

Earlier this month, I wrote a blog post that shared a variety of general videos and ebooks to help you get started with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013.  If you missed it, you can view it here.  Now, I’d like to follow that blog up with some Dynamics CRM 2013 resources that are specific to the […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online for iPad FAQs

Last week, I wrote a blog post entitled,” Improved Dynamics CRM Online for iPad Functionality Helps Salespeople Work on the Go.” Click here to read it in its entirety.  It covers several of the improvements Microsoft recently made to Dynamics CRM Online’s user interface to help sales professionals easily access the key CRM features they […]

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Improved Dynamics CRM Online for iPad Functionality Helps Salespeople Work on the Go

Many companies today are embracing the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend.  As a result more and more workers, especially sales people, and others who travel a great deal are using tablets to get the job done.  And we all know the Apple iPad is the most popular tablet on the market.  But not all […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365: A Match Made in the Cloud, Updated

A couple of months ago, I wrote a popular blog post entitled, “Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365: A Match Made in the Cloud” which explained a few of the powerful benefits you can achieve when implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM online with Office 365. Since then, we’ve received a couple of questions on this topic […]

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Nucleus Research Choses Microsoft Dynamics CRM as an Industry Leader

Are you aware that several research firms regularly review a wide array of offerings in the CRM industry? One of these research organizations, Nucleus research recently released its CRM Technology Value Matrix for the Second Half of 2012. This matrix categorizes the major players in the CRM market as follows: Leaders—have invested in both functionality […]

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Want to Improve CRM User Adoption? Make Sure to Include the Right People in the Buying Decision.

Many company leaders make the mistake of letting their IT department unilaterally choose which software package to purchase.  This is a particularly bad idea when it comes to buying CRM software.  The reason being that most of the time IT staff are not the people who’ll be using the CRM system to do their jobs […]

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10 Time Saving Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

One of the main reasons companies the world over have chosen Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 over other competing products is its ease of use.  People who are comfortable with Microsoft Office will immediately understand how Dynamics CRM works.  Sure, there will be some CRM specific functions you will need to familiarize yourself with, but you certainly […]

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Helpful Bulk Delete Tool Makes it Easy to Manage Records in Dynamics CRM 2011

If you've used any kind of CRM system in the past, you know that they're most effective when the records they contain are kept clean and up-to-date. But, for many people cleaning records is nowhere near the top of their priority list. We all seem to stay so busy just attending to those things on […]

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Video Demonstration: Easily Personalize Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 to Work the Way You Do

While shopping around for CRM software you may have seen some Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 advertisements that use the tagline "Don't get forced. Get what fits." This slogan is meant to highlight one of Dynamics CRM's most important and unique qualities. It can be easily personalized to fit each user’s own unique work style. And, […]

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Quick Compare: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online vs. On Premise

If you’re reading this post, you’re probably at least beginning to understand that Microsoft Dynamics CRM is available in two separate versions, Online and On Premise. As a Microsoft partner that sells and supports Dynamics CRM, one of the questions we hear most often from prospective clients is, “How do I decide which version of […]

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