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Office 365 and Dynamics CRM: The Perfect Match

As innovative technologies emerge, the world of business continues to shift and evolve. Keeping up with these changes isn’t easy. To succeed, your organization needs the right tools. The Microsoft Office 365 suite is far and away one of the best tools for maximizing your company’s productivity. There are a lot of things to love […]

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The Better CRM: Microsoft Dynamics 365 or Salesforce? Forrester study says Dynamics 365.

The world of CRM is populated with all kinds of “solutions.” We use quotation marks here before many of these so-called customer relationship management “solutions” are anything but.   That said, there are only two real options for the vast majority of businesses: Salesforce or Dynamics 365. They’re both industry leaders, and they both have […]

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Dynamics 365 User Adoption and the K.I.S.S. Principle

I will wager that you are familiar with the Keep It Simple (K.I.S.S.) Principle, which encourages simplification over complexities. It's no surprise then that the K.I.S.S. Principle goes hand in hand with User Adoption. So how can we incorporate K.I.S.S. into planning our CRM projects?   Streamline Business Processes Dynamics 365 and previous versions of […]

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5 Tips to Ensure a High User Adoption Rate when implementing your New Microsoft Dynamics 365 Solution – User Training

In our previous article, we offered some tips to improve user adoption rate even prior to the implementation of a new CRM solution. That said, proper training tailored to the specific needs of end users is essential to ensure a high user adoption rate for a new CRM solution such as Microsoft Dynamics 365. The […]

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5 astuces pour assurer un haut taux d’adoption des utilisateurs lors de l’implantation de votre nouvelle solution Microsoft Dynamics 365 – Avant l’implantation

L’implantation d’une nouvelle solution CRM telle que Microsoft Dynamics 365 peut représenter un investissement substantiel pour toute organisation, autant en temps qu’en argent. Il importe donc que vos ressources utilisent le nouveau système afin que ses fonctionnalités et bénéfices permettent à votre organisation de profiter du meilleur rendement possible sur son investissement. À cette fin, […]

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5 Tips to Ensure a Higher User Adoption Rate when implementing your New Microsoft Dynamics 365 Solution – Before the Implementation

The implementation of a new CRM solution such as Microsoft Dynamics 365 may represent a substantial investment for any organization, not just financially, but in time. However, your users need to be using the new system to leverage all its benefits and features for your organization to see any return on its investment. To ensure […]

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Devriez-vous privilégier l’implantation d’une solution CRM standard ou personnalisée ?

Un des nombreux avantages d’une solution CRM telle que Microsoft Dynamics 365 est qu’elle fournit une plateforme flexible et personnalisable à partir de laquelle toutes vos activités peuvent être complétées. Elle peut être ainsi adaptée à vos besoins spécifiques et à la réalité unique de votre entreprise pour faciliter vos tâches et opérations quotidiennes.   […]

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Standard or Customized CRM Solution: Which One Should You Consider?

One of the many advantages of a CRM solution such as Microsoft Dynamics 365 is that it provides a highly flexible and customizable platform from which all your activities can be completed. As such, it can be personalized to meet all your specific needs and adapt to the unique reality of your organization to facilitate […]

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The Top 3 Keys to CRM Success – Straight Talk

The CRM road is littered with deployments that are functional failures and that don’t meet value expectations. We see it all the time. In fact, a good part of our business is fixing deployments that have been designed, installed, and rolled out by others or internal IT teams. Organizations considering a new CRM purchase or […]

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