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Posts Tagged ‘CPQ for Dynamics’

What does CPQ actually look/work like in Dynamics?

Over-promise, under-deliver. Vaporware. Pie in the sky. People selling business technology, especially in the initial “generating interest” stages, tend to write all kinds of checks that their posteriors can’t cash. Case in point: when they talk about what “integrates seamlessly” with Dynamics, and “expedites workflows,” and “optimizes throughput” within your CRM solution. We’re a CPQ […]

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How to Accelerate Your Time-to-Revenue Inside Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales

Through the COVID crisis, growth in the SaaS sector continued to hold steady. Indeed, the pandemic shines a spotlight on the need for digital transformation in sales, revenue operations, and finance. Spend on SaaS solutions continues to grow to meet the increasing demand for technology to enable remote sales and finance teams.  As Satya Nadella […]

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Turn D365 into a Customer Relationship MAXIMIZING Solution

What do we really want out of customer relationships? Yes, we all want to ensure customer satisfaction. Yes, we all want to keep customers engaged with our brand and products. But let’s cut the malarkey: we mainly all want revenue. (And satisfied, engaged customers are the revenue drivers.) Today, we’ll share a few tips on […]

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Effective Guided Selling for Remote Sales Teams Using Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales

In the current economic climate, you may be evaluating your sales processes to uncover areas that could be streamlined for greater efficiency and better results. Now is the prime opportunity to dig into your sales metrics and technology stack to make improvements. You may be asking yourself the following questions: Can every member of my […]

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How to reduce RFP response times in D365

With RFP responses, the thinking is the early bird gets the worm… but being early isn't a guarantee. Sometimes, focusing purely on a speedy RFP response results in a sloppy RFP response, and the early bird leaves empty-handed (or is that empty-winged?). Getting a winning pitch in front of a client requires speed, professionalism, and […]

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Light at the end of the funnel: managing remotely, managing by proposal

The CRM is a sales manager’s “eyes upon the world.” Every lead your team is working, every opportunity in the pipeline, every task and activity can be seen, and acted upon. Whether they’re working remotely, as most every sales rep is doing in these trying times, or on-site. New to managing remotely? Here’s where you […]

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A few problems in B2B sales that D365 + CPQ can fix

It happens to every B2B sales organization: flatlining. Not as in “dead,” but as in hitting a plateau, an even line, maintaining. And while holding steady doesn’t sound too bad for most things in life, in B2B sales, if you’re not growing, you’re dying. Let’s take a look at a few problems fueling flatlining in […]

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Sales enablement & Dynamics

Sales enablement is more than a buzzword: it’s a process and practice, and one defined by its platforms. Dynamics 365 Sales (or most any of the Dynamics CRM platforms) offers a solid foundation for sales enablement. But it often requires extending your solution via integration of CPQ and Dynamics. Adding CPQ to Dynamics enables sales […]

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Sales secrets buried in Dynamics

Sales, as the inimitable Alec Baldwin said in Glengarry Glen Ross, is a tough racket. It’s about finding the right customers, and finding them before the competition does. And the sales rep who uses all Dynamics has to offer natively — and extends it with the right applications and tools — has a huge advantage […]

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Efficiency and Productivity are Keys to Sales Operations Improvement in 2020

Did you hit your sales targets in 2019? If you did, congratulations!  If you didn’t, you are probably looking back at what went wrong and searching for opportunities to do better in 2020.  There’s as much to learn from what went right, as from what went wrong. It’s likely that the areas where you met […]

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