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How Three Insurance Agencies Are Benefitting from Dynamics 365

Insurance companies have unique requirements. To increase your success with new technology systems you should work with a company that has proven experience with agencies like yours. Here are several powerful things the Crowe CRM team did for insurance agencies using Microsoft Dynamics 365: Implemented Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM for an Insurance Agency who used […]

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14 Frequently Asked Questions About Microsoft Dynamics 365 Field Service

Dynamics 365 Field Service is a powerful addition to the Microsoft Dynamics 365 family, bringing amazing benefits for field service management. It can solve the top challenges faced by the modern field service organization. Read: Top 5 Challenges of Field Service and 10 Ways Microsoft Dynamics 365 Can Help From a more technical perspective, these are […]

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Top 5 Challenges of Field Service and 10 Ways Microsoft Dynamics 365 Can Help

Field service refers to the management of a company's resources employed at or en-route to the clients’ property. This could include locating vehicles, managing worker activity, scheduling and dispatching work, and more. Field service management is an important competitive advantage for companies that need to manage installation, service, or repairs of systems or equipment. In […]

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Functional Task Force and Reverse Training – Redefine Your Role in YOUR CRM Implementation

A CRM project will certainly fail if it does not receive the full support of those who will ultimately benefit from it…..the users. Call it user adoption or company buy-in but without it, your CRM implementation will feel like an up hill battle and ultimately will be a huge waste of money. With it, you […]

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8 Frequently Asked Questions About Outlook Client for Microsoft Dynamics 365

Why do we like the Outlook client in Microsoft Dynamics 365? The Outlook client eliminates the need to navigate and log into additional programs to access Microsoft Dynamics 365. You have full Dynamics 365 functionality and data, plus additional features.  This saves a significant amount of time by eliminating the manual process of re-entering data. […]

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Overview of Case Management in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Service

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Service is a powerful system to unify the way people experience your business. It makes information available across engagements so your agents can offer the consistency and personalization your customers expect (and require). One area that we feel is especially powerful for our clients is Case Management. Would your company […]

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How to Create a Better Online Customer Experience with Live Assist in Microsoft Dynamics 365

Are your customers frustrated? Are they waiting on hold, then asked to repeat their information over and over again? Live help should be just one click away. Surveys show that the communication channels that have the highest customer satisfaction levels are live chat followed by voice/phone support. Can your customer service agents chat, co-browse and […]

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4 Ways Relationship Assistant in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Can Make Your Life Easier

Don’t we all wish we had a personal assistant to help keep us organized? If you have ever missed an important deadline, let a sales opportunity slip through your fingers or inadvertently ignored a critical email you know an assistant could have helped. Few of us can afford a personal assistant, but all Microsoft Dynamics […]

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7 Characteristics of a Successful Ongoing CRM Implementation Mindset – Part 2

In our previous blog, we outlined the many changes that have affected the CRM industry, including ever changing customer and user expectations.  We stressed the importance for organizations to adopt a new mindset of continuous improvement and new approaches to managing their CRM technology and processes investments over time. But how can that actually be […]

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Why CRM Must be an Ongoing Program, Not a Technology Implementation – Part 1

Define, Build, Test, Deploy, Support….Upgrade.  Do it all again in a few years. Historically companies have allocated time and money to a CRM effort as a “one-time, big event.” Once live, the resources and dollars allocated were reduced to the bare minimum to simply maintain and support the CRM system until the next major upgrade. […]

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