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Is your team as excited as mine is, about the Dynamics 365 October ’18 update?  As soon as we heard about the upcoming features in this release, everyone on the Beringer Technology Group Dynamics Team was ready to dive in.   A key area in Dynamics 365 is the Marketing module, focusing on creating campaigns […]

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Multi-tenancy in CRM originally spun out of single tenancy, but many businesses prefer to adapt the multi-tenancy infrastructure instead. Why? Businesses today require the ability to scale resources as needed in order to operate more efficiently. Therefore, multi-tenancy not only makes things effortless, but also provides huge cost savings, upgrades, updates and maintenance. In Microsoft […]

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Your business’s IT systems show their vulnerabilities when faced with disaster. Business owners always wish they had a more robust and safeguarded IT system when it’s too late: after a natural disaster like an earthquake, hurricane, or flood, or a human-caused attack like a computer virus or hacking scandal, has already struck. Be proactive-- now […]

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Are you on an old version of Microsoft Dynamics? User Group Summit Phoenix is still the event for you. In fact, last year at User Group Summit Nashville: 85% of AXUG Summit attendees were not on the current version. 86% of NAVUG Summit attendees were not on the current version. 46% of CRMUG Summit attendees […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM is now Microsoft Dynamics 365. So if you plan to attend User Group Summit Phoenix this year should you attend the CRM User Group Summit or the new Dynamics 365 User Group Summit? The good news is that you don’t need to choose one of the other. Both take place at the […]

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Dynamics 365 portals offer a great way to provide data to your customers, but sometimes the portal can be a bit slow.  Portals rely on data caches from Dynamics 365.  That cache can be stale, and can cause a discrepancy between what is displayed in Dynamics 365 and the portal.  Follow these tips to increase […]

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For most businesses, the primary driver behind using a CRM is to drive sales to your business.  Dynamics 365, from Microsoft, allows you to shorten your sales cycle, leading to more sales and higher revenue. We have identified four of the top ways Dynamics 365 shortens sales cycles and accelerate your sales.   1 – Effective Management of contacts, […]

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If you’re in the market or budgeting for Microsoft Dynamics CRM software, you need the numbers to work with. You want to know how much it will cost, and you want to know now, and you don’t want to wait for a salesperson to get back to you. To budget the total price of a […]

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The OFFICIAL hashtag for the User Group Summit Phoenix events October 15-18, 2018 is: #UserGroupSummit This is the main hashtag that will be tracked, monitored and reposted by the Dynamic Communities team. Other hashtags that you can add: #AXUGSummit #NAVUGSummit and #BCUGSummit #CRMUGSummit #D365UGSummit #GPUGSummit #PowerUGSummit #Summit18 (Note: this is NOT a good hashtag to […]

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Name something your CRM system does well: stores contacts (yes); details customer relationships and interactions (Yes!); reports on leads, opportunities, and sales (YES!!); creates, sends, and tracks sales proposals (ummm... sorta). We don't know exactly why configure price quote solutions (a.k.a., CPQ, quote-to-cash, or sales proposal automation solutions) aren't standard in most CRMs (including our […]

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