Everyone knows that there is stiff competition between Microsoft, Salesforce.com, and Oracle over acquiring new customers in the CRM space. In fact, Microsoft has taken the competition to a new level by offering $200 for each user that makes the switch to
• Organizations that currently license Salesforce.com (Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate Editions) or Oracle (Siebel CRM or CRM On Demand)
• Organizations that will subscribe at least 15 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online licenses
• Organizations that will sign a two year licensing agreement for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online
Michael Park, Corporate Vice President of Sales/Marketing at Microsoft, has challenged Salesforce.com users to ask themselves some hard questions:
• In today’s economy, how can I justify paying 2-3 times more for an enterprise CRM system?
• Salesforce.com only offers their customers a “commercially reasonable effort” to keep their businesses functioning. In comparison, Microsoft provides a financially backed uptime commitment, how do these compare to one another?
• Having access to the most up-to-date information is critical to my business; why doesn’t Salesforce.com provide real-time access to data and dashboards, refreshed constantly, similar to how Microsoft does?
• Microsoft works seamlessly with Outlook and Office; why does Salesforce.com want me to start from scratch when it comes to productivity tools for my staff?
This impressive offer expires on June 30, 2011 and you can find out more about it on the
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