One of the many things that make Microsoft Dynamics CRM so popular among businesses of all sizes is the ease with which users can get up and running. Unlike many competing systems, Dynamics CRM’s user interface looks and feels remarkably similar to the Microsoft Office software so many of us depend on to get our jobs done. This instant familiarity means that your people will be able to spend less time on tedious training and more time focusing on what’s important—serving your customers.
To make it even easier for new users to get started with Dynamics CRM, Microsoft offers a handy quick start guide that gives easy to follow, step by step instructions describing how to perform several common tasks in Dynamics CRM, including:
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