In their keynote address at the recent Convergence conference, Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, and VP of Microsoft Business Solutions, Kirill Tatarinov, stressed that the goal of all Microsoft Dynamics solutions is to make businesses more dynamic and that they achieve this by providing simplicity, value, and agility.
Simplicity – Dynamics CRM is intuitive and familiar to the user. It not only works like other Microsoft products, it is actually part of Microsoft Outlook. This makes it easy to learn, easy to use, and easy to customize to fit your growing business needs.
Value – With a low purchase price, a low total cost of ownership, and tremendously high return on investment, Dynamics CRM brings value to a company and is a valuable asset.
Once a Dynamics CRM system is purchased and in use, it continues to provide great value to an organization by streamlining processes, improving communications across the organization and with customer and vendors, and improving the efficiency of sales and marketing staff. Kyle Murray, the CIO at Divisions, Inc., a Cincinnati-area Facilities Maintenance company, said this about their Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution:
“To say Dynamics CRM has paid for itself is an understatement. It has changed the way we do business…The efficiency gains are enormous. We are literally savings thousands of hours annually.”
Agility – Dynamics CRM improves the agility of the organizations using it while being an agile solution itself. With point-and-click customizations, role-based forms and reports, declarative design, and powerful developer tools, Microsoft Dynamics CRM can be easily customized to change as your needs change. However, the one thing that Dynamics CRM offers that few of its competitors do is the power of deployment choice and the flexibility to change deployment options. Dynamics CRM is available either on-premise or in the cloud (with Dynamics CRM Online), and the option is available to switch from cloud to on-premise (or vice versa) as your organization’s needs evolve.
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