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CAL Business Solutions, Inc.'s Logo Insiders Predict New Microsoft Dynamics CRM Could Launch Fall 2013

CRM customer needs are changing, and CRM software needs to adapt to those changes. This means a new version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM is likely coming soon, according to CIO.com. The new version, coming for both on-premises and cloud versions of Dynamics CRM will offer more "personal experiences" to customers who are increasingly more aware …

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CAL Business Solutions, Inc.'s Logo CRM Software: Go Vertical, Customize, or Build Your Own?

Fellow blogger Lauren Carlson from Software Advice website wrote an interesting article (CRM: Go Vertical, Customize, or Integrate?) outlining three directions a company could choose when selecting CRM Software.  The options she discussed were 1) Go vertical 2) Customize or 3) Build Your Own. A brief summary of the pros and cons: Go vertical: Most …

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CAL Business Solutions, Inc.'s Logo My Story: What Happened When the Marketing Manager Got Admin Access to the CRM Software System

My Story: What Happened When the Marketing Manager Got Admin Access to the CRM Software System Several years ago I worked at a small Microsoft Dynamics GP partner in Milford, Connecticut. After incessant nagging about the lack of any kind of organized sales and marketing tracking, the owners agreed to buy a Goldmine CRM system …

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CAL Business Solutions, Inc.'s Logo How To Connect Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 to Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Adapter for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 is finally here!  This means Dynamics CRM and Dynamics GP customers can have a completely integrated front office to back office system from Microsoft. This will eliminate tedious double entry and the risk of outdated information. Check out this post on our sister site …

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