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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Streamlined for Your Small Business, No Accounting Degree Required

Recently, I completed a month-long online Accounting course that I thought would be a refresher; I also wanted to improve my overall Accounting knowledge. I took a number of accounting courses in college and have worked in Accounting Software for the past 15+ years, so I felt that I had a good grasp of the […]

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Business Rules – Your Key to Programming Knowledge in MS Dynamics CRM

MS Dynamics CRM vs Salesforce Sign up for a free CRM course! Learn more about CRM's features No Programming Knowledge? No Problem! Business Rules, which are delivered right out-of-the-box with Dynamics CRM, tackle client side logic in a user friendly way, allowing virtually anyone that is responsible for managing their company’s CRM to get off and […]

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Dynamics CRM 2015 for Manufacturers – What’s in it for You

Apart from creating top quality products, manufacturers can gain a competitive edge by providing excellent customer support. Connecting departments via a centralized system is key to delivering a consistent customer experience that helps retain existing clients and discover new ones. Customer relationship management (CRM) software is highly relevant for manufacturers and delivers best in-class tools […]

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RapidStart CRM for SMB Partners

RapidStart CRM generally available to Microsoft Partners Summary Announced at WPC in limited beta, RapidStart CRM is a methodology available exclusively to Microsoft Partners that has been designed to provide for a risk free, simple deployment of Dynamics CRM Online via web-based wizards utilized by partners, or their customers, that provides for the rapid deployment of a […]

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WebSan and MS Dynamics World Present “Maximize Dynamics CRM Right Out of the Box” Webinar

MS Dynamics CRM vs Salesforce   Sign up for a free CRM course! Download a FREE CRM Demo  WebSan and the leading global independent authority in covering the world of Microsoft Dynamics, MS Dynamics World, have joined together to offer a new Microsoft Dynamics CRM webinar. The free webinar will be held on Tuesday, October 6, […]

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Jinan Construction Generates 300 Legal Contracts with Merge Fields from Dynamics CRM

Jinan Construction is a Chinese company developing multi-storey residential towers in countries like Australia and Asia. Flat’s prospects and buyers are managed with Dynamics CRM. The CRM solution includes, among other entities, the Legal Contract entity that stores the purchaser’s details and child entities (1:N) to manage payments schedule, clients requests for custom design and […]

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Dynamics CRM 2015 Outlook Client: The Top 5 Reasons to Roll it Out Today

Dynamics CRM 2015 essentially comes in three different user interfaces: the CRM web, the Outlook Client and the CRM mobile app.  The user’s experience is highly dependent on how they choose to access their CRM data.  At AKA, we spend a lot of time considering how to best configure the user experience within these different […]

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Reports for Dynamics CRM- Don’t Let Your Boss Read this Post !

If you ever paid for Dynamics CRM reports, burn this Post before your boss reads it! Combine easy to write CRM Reports and auto delivering of reports with CRM Workflows, for only $49 per assigned user (min 7 users)   Reports provide useful business information to CRM users and clients. With Dynamics Docs, you don’t have […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Browser Compatibility

Microsoft Dynamics CRM (MSCRM) is a web-based application which means that the entire program runs in a web browser. As I am sure you are aware, there are many web browsers out there and each browser has many versions. Below is a breakdown of browsers and Windows versions which are compatible with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. […]

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