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For example, ask yourself these questions.
Is cloud always better?
Salesforce.com makes its money betting on people’s blind attraction to the cloud, even if a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) solution is not best for their companies. Microsoft, however, recognizes that some companies will benefit from the cloud, others from on-premise CRM and still others from a hybrid combination of both. Therefore, Microsoft Dynamics CRM is available online from Microsoft, on-premise at your organization’s offices or hosted by a third party provider.
Do you use Microsoft Office?
Dynamics CRM integrates with Microsoft Office, which your company likely already uses, in ways that Salesforce.com never can. Dynamics CRM also offers more features for less money without the hidden costs that come with Salesforce.com. While Salesforce.com profits from its add-on services, Dynamics CRM offers more functionality without costing you more.
Do you like to switch between applications?
While Microsoft Dynamics CRM keeps salespeople focused on their work with tight integration, Salesforce.com users are forced to switch between apps, leaving their salesforce app to do simple tasks like checking email.
This is just a sample. Find out more differences between Microsoft Dynamics CRM and SalesForce.com.
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By AbleBridge, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner,