Top Ten CRM Software Blog Posts for 2013

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What topics were CRM software buyers and professionals most interested in reading about in 2013? Take a look at our list of top blog posts written in 2013.

  1. Infographic: The Top 20 Most Popular CRM Software Solutions
    2,084 views | 6 Comments | March 13, 2013 by CRM Software Blog Editors
    CRM software automates such tasks as contact management, communication tracking and scheduling, and sales forecasting. The size of the CRM industry is now over $10 billion with hundreds of competing offerings. Below is a look at the most popular options as measured by a combination of their total number of customers, users, and social presence…
  2. Major Dynamics CRM Update Coming This Fall: CRM 2013 Frequently Asked Questions
    1,432 views | 0 Comments | July 8, 2013 by By: Laura Heinbockel, Intelligent Technologies, Inc., a North Carolina Dynamics CRM
    Last week Microsoft announced it will be releasing the next major upgrade to Dynamics CRM (CRM 2013) this fall. And while upgrades of this nature are very exciting because they generally signal significant improvements in the software’s features and functionality, we know that current users as well as those who are evaluating whether Dynamics CRM is right for their business are bound to have plenty of questions about this upgrade and what it means for them…
  3. How Microsoft Dynamics CRM Will Use MarketingPilot, Netbreeze, and Yammer to Support the New Customer
    1,420 views | 0 Comments | May 7, 2013 by Anya Ciecierski, CRM Software Blog Editor
    Customer buying cycles are radically changing, and CRM software has to evolve to keep up. In an interview at Convergence 2013, Seth Patton, Senior Director of Marketing for Microsoft Dynamics CRM gave his thoughts on customer buying trends, the changing role of marketing, and how Microsoft Dynamics CRM plans to embrace these changes with the acquisition of MarketingPilot, NetBreeze, and Yammer…
  4. Microsoft CRM vs. SharePoint: Why One Over the Other?
    1,258 views | 1 Comments | March 4, 2013 by CRM Team, Armanino LLP
    Dynamics CRM and Microsoft SharePoint are two powerful enterprise applications. Both are built on Microsoft Windows, SQL Server and can integrate with most Microsoft productivity tools like Office and Lync. I am often asked: ”For specific business processes, how is one better than the other? How can I make a good decision on which application to deploy?”…
  5. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 vs. Why Microsoft is the Better Investment
    1,213 views | 4 Comments | November 26, 2013 by Ryan Plourde, AbleBridge
    With the recent release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, the choice between and Microsoft Dynamics CRM just got a lot easier. Here are the key differentiators that make Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 the better investment…
  6. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 – Summary of What’s New
    1,158 views | 1 Comments | August 12, 2013 by Sandeep Walia, Ignify
    Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 is around the corner and will be generally available in Q4 2013. For those interested in what is coming, this blog article serves as a summary of the highlights of what is new in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 – codenamed Orion. I will focus on the functional enhancements in this blog article, the architectural enhancements in a second blog, and then the licensing changes in a final blog article…
  7. Netbreeze Bringing Social Analytics to Microsoft Dynamics CRM
    1,122 views | 0 Comments | April 13, 2013 by By: Laura Heinbockel, Intelligent Technologies, Inc., a NC Dynamics partner
    One of the most exciting CRM related announcements to come out of this year’s Microsoft Convergence conference was the acquisition of Netbreeze. If you haven’t heard of Netbreeze before, it is a Swiss company whose products allow organizations to essentially listen in on what’s being said about them, their products, or their brand on social media…
  8. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 – Get Ready!
    1,118 views | 2 Comments | July 4, 2013 by Ryan Plourde, AbleBridge
    Microsoft Dynamics CRM continues to evolve and Microsoft’s commitment to the product couldn’t be stronger. This is especially evident in the investment they are making in the new reimagined experience they are delivering with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013. General availability is scheduled for Fall 2013…
  9. Pros & Cons of CRM 2011 Polaris Release Process User Interface
    755 views | 1 Comments | January 31, 2013 by Drew Poggemann, Avastone Technologies LLC
    The past week, Microsoft released its December 2012 Service Update (dubbed "Polaris") for Microsoft CRM 2011 Online. This release has added great new functionality across the board! After review of the new release, we've laid out some pros and cons of the new Polaris user interface…
  10. CRM 2013 Frequently Asked Questions Update #1
    733 views | 0 Comments | August 26, 2013 by Laura Heinbockel, Intelligent Technologies, Inc., a NC Dynamics CRM Partner
    About six weeks ago, I wrote a popular blog post entitled, “Major Dynamics CRM Update Coming This Fall: CRM 2013 Frequently Asked Questions. As the title suggests, it covers many of the common questions we’d gotten about this upcoming release…
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