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Jonathan Taub, Rimrock Corporation

Getting the Most out of Microsoft Dynamics CRM with the Right Tools

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As you already know, optimizing your CRM solution to fit your needs only helps you enhance your business and streamline processes. But how do you find the right tools that can help you get the most out of Microsoft Dynamics® CRM? We found one of those tools as we strolled through the Expo at Convergence 2011 and are excited to share the news.

Broadlook Technologies has found a new way to leverage the internet to refresh your CRM database of leads. Most of us have tried the purchasing of lists, spending thousands of dollars that just didn’t produce any results. The lists have old data and the longer you have it on file, the more outdated they get. Through Broadlook products, you have access to a fresh database with the most current information available without having to waste all that money.

Broadlook presented a webinar on May 25  titled “Clean Data - Fresh leads; Strategies to Maximize Dynamics CRM”. Microsoft Dynamics® CRM partners and end users should view the recording to see if Broadlook is the right tool for you. Attendees will also learn answers to the following questions:

  • What are the four building blocks of the ultimate list?
  • What are the 20 factors that affect list quality? (There really are 20!)
  • What is a CRM Data Plan...and why do you desperately need one?
  • What are the three ways Dirty Data enters your CRM?
  • How to end the cycle of dirty data?
  • What is the future of CRM including Social CRM?
  • Why is CRM not built to keep your data?
  • What are the hidden costs of dirty data?

Rimrock Corporation brings you 20 years of experience in software implementation and we think Broadlook is onto something great. Optimize your Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution by attending this webinar, stop throwing money out the window on useless lists, and never have outdated data again.

Posted by Jonathan Taub, Rimrock Corporation Toronto Ontario Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner

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