Dynamics CRM 2013 New Features

When adding leads and contacts to Microsoft Dynamics CRM/365 wouldn't it be nice if the email address could be verified automatically? Incorrect email addresses prevent your messaging from reaching the intended recipient and causes headaches for marketers. We have developed a solution - Email Verification for Microsoft Dynamics CRM/365. As you enter a lead or …

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  Let's hear it for Microsoft for listening to its users! Editable Grids have been one of the most requested features over the last several iterations of Dynamics CRM. There have been several add-ons for Dynamics CRM to add this functionality; however, they were usually either very expensive or underpowered.  The first editable grid solution came with …

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Bruce Biron, joins ACE Microtechnology, Inc. as Microsoft Dynamics CRM Practice Lead ATLANTA, GA, August 2015 - ACE Microtechnology (ACE) a global business and technology services firm that provides Microsoft Dynamics Solutions - Microsoft CRM and Microsoft Dynamics GP (formerly Great Plains), has welcomed a new team member, Bruce Biron. Bruce brings over 15 years …

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One of the keys to great price proposal is providing options to your client. If you only give them one, they will perceive your proposal as a take it or leave it option. However, providing them options shifts the question from “do I purchase or not” to “do I purchase option 1 or option 2” …

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Without user adoption of a new technology, why invest in the first place? Marketers and business development managers have an obligation to stress, encourage – even demand – user adoption best practices with the roll out of any new technology. Even if it’s just an upgrade, do your owners and CEO a favor: teach and …

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Let’s say you want to show a few fields from one entity form on another. For example, your sales people would like to see the Relationship type of the parent Account, on a Contact form – a detail that saves the sales people the extra clicks of having to switch to the Account form to check. In CRM 2011, …

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