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Save Money with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online: A Penny Pincher’s Dream Deal

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I can be quite the penny pincher these days and am not afraid to admit it. On many occasions, I choose the cheaper option even if it ends up being lower quality. Unfortunately, this is too often the case. That is exactly why I’m so excited and proud to announce a penny pincher option that is of the same quality as the expensive versions…

You no longer need to pay a premium for a world-class CRM solution. You can get a great solution that meets your specific business needs – and save a tremendous amount of money in the process. For a limited time, you can purchase Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 2011 Online for $34/user/month! The offer is valid for qualifying customers until June 30, 2011, so you won’t want to waste another day.

Making the switch to CRM online not only puts extra pennies in your pocket, it also increases flexibility and productivity throughout your organization. We’ve shared the specific benefits of CRM online in previous blog posts and have seen those benefits first hand with a few of our clients. One of the main benefits of moving your CRM system online that we hear most from clients is that it frees up cash flow. Instead of making a monumental investment in their CRM solution up front, they space it out on a month by month basis. They can now prepare accurate budget forecasts because they know what to expect for their monthly bills. All while benefitting from the functionality Microsoft Dynamics CRM can provide.

Sikich is an Illinois-based Microsoft Gold Certified Partner specializing in the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Contact us to learn more about this limited time offer on Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and how pinching pennies actually pays off!

By Jim Drumm with Sikich, Chicago IL Microsoft Dynamics CRM partner serving IL and MO

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