Switching from SalesForce.com to Microsoft CRM Just Got Easier

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There are many compelling reasons for SalesForce.com users to switch to Microsoft Dynamics CRM – an easy, intuitive, and familiar look and feel, better integration with Microsoft Outlook, and greater flexibility right out of the box. Plus, though June 30th, Microsoft has lowered the per user monthly price from $44 for the first year to$34 (compare that to $125 per month for SalesForce). Add in the “Cloud CRM for Less” promotion offering SalesForce users $200 per user to switch (yes, per user!), and it is quite easy to see why many businesses are migrating to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Now that migration just got a lot easier.

Scribe Software, a leading provider of data integration tools, has released the SalesForce.com to Microsoft Dynamics CRM migration template. This template is a fully functional migration solution that allows you to quickly and efficiently bring Account, Contact, Lead, Activity, and Attachments from SalesForce to Microsoft CRM.  For $395, businesses can purchase a 60 day license of this software, which means for a very low cost, all pertinent information can be mapped from SalesForce to Microsoft CRM. This can save a company thousands of dollars in implementation costs.

Lower cost per user, $200 per user refund, and now lower implementation costs. This is the perfect time to compare SalesForce.com to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. But don’t wait too long, the current price promotions end June 30. Contact Intellitec Solutions today to learn more about Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the Scribe SalesForce.com to Microsoft Dynamics CRM migration template.

By Intellitec Solutions, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner serving Delaware

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