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Got Customer Data? Here Is Why You Need a CRM

Data isn’t what it used to be. Before the dawn of digital transformation, business data was the result of a process – like a simple sales receipt, for example. But with new abilities to store, analyze and segment data, it is now a powerful tool that can offer valuable and interesting new insights into business […]

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BroadPoint Listed by Clutch as a Top CRM Consulting Company in Washington, DC Area

If you are looking for a business technology partner, you might be familiar with Clutch. Clutch is a data-driven field guide to business buying decisions. They interview real clients, collect data, and compare competitors to help you find a firm ideally suited for your project. Clutch has made its reputation by connecting all sized and […]

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What to Consider for Your CRM and Marketing Automation Platform Integration

It’s finally time to get serious about integrating your Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement and marketing automation platforms. Way to go! Aligning sales and marketing is a critical component of maintaining success and achieving sustainable, long-term growth. And a key part of this alignment is making sure your marketing and sales systems align as well.   […]

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How to Be Sure You’re Getting the Most Out of Your CRM Solution

If your CRM system is not doing all you hoped it would, there are two common reasons. Either the system was not set up properly with your processes in mind, or perhaps your sales team is not using it properly, or at all. To the untrained, CRM systems can seem difficult to learn and there […]

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Adding Value to Microsoft Dynamics 365 with Document Generation

Automation has always been a popular concept. Once a staple of science fiction lore, it’s now become part of modern daily lives. One example is office automation which began back in the day with basic document management.  It wasn’t long ago that everyone used typewriters and filing cabinets to manage their office documents, until PCs […]

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How to Increase Revenue in the Contact Center with Dynamics 365

Any business using a contact center treats it as a cost center. From a financial perspective, this makes sense.   A good conversation with a customer creates a lot of value. The problem is that it's usually intangible. In business, you need numbers to show your value … numbers like revenue that offsets costs. The […]

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3 Features to Look for in the Best CRMs for Nonprofits

As a nonprofit leader, your mission is unique, attracting a loyal member base. The people who join your organization are your lifeblood – they share a passion for your purpose, and they contribute their resources to help you accomplish it. Because past involvement with a nonprofit is the best indicator of future involvement, growing your […]

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Can Better Technology Help Network Marketing Teams Reach Their Potential?

The days of distributors selling product out a stockpile in their garage are over. The direct sales and network marketing industry has transformed from that information-poor selling environment to one that is rich in information about the buying and selling behavior of both distributors and customers.   Is your organization effectively using all of this data […]

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You implemented a new CRM system. Great! But why is no one using it?

Your new CRM system is up and running. But why isn't anyone using it? According to Principal Analyst Bill Band of Forrester, the biggest threat to a successful CRM project implementation is slow user adoption. Band also states that not only is early and pervasive user acceptance one of the biggest indicators of success, it is a MANDATORY precursor to success. But before we dig into this, it’s important to define exactly what we mean by User Adoption . . .

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How to Integrate Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups with Active Directory Groups

As a Microsoft Office 365 user, one of the most valuable 365 features available to you is Groups. In fact, Office 365 Groups allow your organization to set up Microsoft Teams that correspond to departmental divisions: marketing, administration, sales, product development, etc. The Teams feature lets the individuals in a particular team communicate quickly and […]

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