Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365: A Match Made in the Cloud, Updated

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A couple of months ago, I wrote a popular blog post entitled, “Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365: A Match Made in the Cloud” which explained a few of the powerful benefits you can achieve when implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM online with Office 365. Since then, we’ve received a couple of questions on this topic that may be of interest to anyone considering investing in this duo of Microsoft services.  So, I’d like to take a few moments to cover them here:
Q: What is Office 365? / What services are included?
A:  In a nutshell, Microsoft Office 365 is a monthly subscription service that gives users on-demand access to email, web conferencing, documents and calendars, each of which can be utilized on a computer or almost any mobile device.  For a complete overview of Office 365, its main features and benefits, and more, check out our infographic: “What is Microsoft Office 365”

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Q: For what type of company is the combination of Office 365 and Dynamics CRM most appropriate?

A: Any organization looking to streamline operations and improve productivity can benefit from using this combination of services. But deploying Microsoft Dynamics CRM in tandem with Office 365 is especially beneficial if you have concerns about security, backup capacity or managing the licensing of your CRM and Office software in response to frequently fluctuating staff levels.

Interested in Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365 for your business?  Contact us today to get started!

By: Laura Heinbockel, Intelligent Technologies, Inc., a NC Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365 reseller.

2 thoughts on “Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365: A Match Made in the Cloud, Updated”

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  2. Laura,

    My company is currently trying to deploy both of these services. We are currently on the CRM Online Platform, but we are being moved over by Microsoft to the new platform. Does it makes sense to do the full transition before deploying O365? Will the CRM deployment allow us the oppurtunity to have user accounts already set up for 365? Thank you for your help.


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