Microsoft XRM: The Holiday Gift That Keeps on Giving

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The holidays are right around the corner, and that means it’s time to send out the annual holiday card to thank your clients for their business.  Unfortunately, you can’t seem to find that Excel spreadsheet with all of your clients’ contact information – or locate the stack of business cards you thought you left in your desk drawer.

Today, there’s a solution to that problem: Microsoft XRM, the latest evolution of Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM software. The solution is built on the premise of “one platform, multiple applications” -- leveraging a flexible and powerful platform, and the applications sitting on that platform, to meet any and all business requirements. Microsoft XRM stretches beyond providing businesses with tools to manage relationships with customers, and offers “Anything Relationship Management.”

Just as no two people on a shopping list have the same holiday wish, no two businesses have identical needs.  That’s where the Microsoft XRM 80/20 rule comes into play.  By leveraging the Microsoft .NET framework, the solution allows 80% of business requirements to be achieved by using and integrating out of the box.  The last 20% can be achieved through custom development to make the application do exactly what a business needs.

Watch this Microsoft xRM video to discover just how many business applications can be managed with this solution, including asset management, supplier management and vendor management. Click here to watch the video

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By InterDyn BMI: Midwest Microsoft Dynamics Partner

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