Articles By: Barash Consulting

8 Ways Dynamics 365 for Customer Service Supercharges Business

Customer Service impacts your brand perception as a major factor in brand choice and loyalty. By 2020, Customer Experience is projected to be the main differentiator for brands, overtaking the impact of pricing and product for the first time. Customers increasingly have an expectation that customer service will be available digitally, and around the clock. …

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CRM Roadmap: Where are you?

One of the great advantages using Microsoft products is their commitment to continuous innovation and improvement. Therefore, it can be easy to lose sight of where you are on the Microsoft CRM roadmap. Specifically, versions and name changes blend together over time. How can you be sure your business is where it needs to be? …

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Connect LinkedIn with your CRM

LinkedIn is more than just the world’s largest social network of professionals. It is also a vast, untapped source of revenue for your sales team. LinkedIn in full of educated, affluent decision makers, representing over 30M companies worldwide.  According to Forbes, 80% of B2B leads from social media occur on LinkedIn. 45% of people that …

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Dynamics 365 License: How to choose the right one

Choosing the right Dynamics 365 license is more complicated than you’d think. You’ve sold the team on the value of the Dynamics 365 license, but which one? The amount of technical jargon you need to understand to interpret the selections is mind boggling. Therefore, many companies end up overpaying. Clearly, there must be a rhyme …

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Selling Your Team on CRM Implementation

“If you want to make enemies, try to change something.” - Woodrow Wilson Interested in a Dynamics CRM implementation? A recent study on Microsoft CRM Online by Forrester demonstrated that the average return on investment (ROI) from a Microsoft CRM Online implementation is 75% over three years. In addition, companies are recovering the initial investment …

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