Businesses considering implementing
A trial can create more questions than it answers – in a perfect world, all software would be as easy to use as your Smartphone: turn it on, push a few buttons, and it is easy to navigate from there. A Microsoft CRM trial will work that way as well – to a point. You will be able to launch the program, and quickly see how to manage your Sales opportunities, update account and contact information, send e-mails, etc. But the powerful functionality you need to run your business – such as automated workflows, system notifications and report generation – will need to be explained a little bit up front. Without some guidance, you will probably miss seeing in action a lot of the features you will need.
You will not have as much time to explore the trial as you think – You have a business to run, so learning all the nuances of Microsoft CRM will probably take a back seat to your day to day tasks. What happens when your 30 Day Trial expires, and you still did not get a chance to look at features you wanted to evaluate?
Are you downloading the trial to avoid pushy salespeople? – many businesses today look to “self-serve” their demo experience, and learn the information at their own pace without any outside pressure from a software publisher or partner. I certainly can relate – when looking for services to help me as a marketing professional, the last thing I want to do is spend time talking to a salesperson about budget, who has the final say on our purchase, a needs analysis, scheduling a demo, etc. But it does not have to be that way with a trial. By selecting the
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