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Stand by for Dynamics 365 April ’19 Release Guide

Microsoft has announced the next major Dynamics 365 update will enter general availability from 5 April 2019. A release guide will be published on 21st January detailing what's new in D365 and the Microsoft Power platform. Previewing the April '19 Update From 1st February, admins will be able to test the new version and selected […]

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enCloud9 Webinar Series – Dynamics 365 Unified Interface, Outlook App, and Hubs

Microsoft Dynamics 365 continues to evolve. Among the most impactful changes for users are the new Unified Interface, the Outlook App, and Hubs. Join enCloud9 in these three webinars to understand how these changes will affect how your organization uses Dynamics 365 and how to plan for these updates.  Introduction to Dynamics 365 Unified Interface […]

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Dynamics 365 Unified Interface

Upcoming in Dynamics 365: Unified Interface With the imminent October 2018 release, Dynamics 365 users find themselves facing one of the most transformational updates in years. Much like the transition between CRM 2011 and CRM 2013, when the interface transformed from tabs on the left to tabs on the top, we are now back to […]

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MSPs – Looking for a Dynamics 365 Partner?

As an MSP your hands are full keeping your client’s IT systems running and secure. But if your client needs Dynamics 365 to increase sales and customer commitment, where should you turn? For most MSPs, Dynamics 365 is not an area of expertise. More and more companies who use Office 365 also want a cloud-based CRM that integrated with their other applications. […]

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Dynamics 365 Licensing Made Easy

Dynamics 365 licensing can be confusing but it doesn’t have to be! Dynamics 365 includes 6 purpose-built business applications- each managing a separate business process, but yet they all work seamlessly together, in a unified cloud-based platform. You can mix and match and choose the modules that meet your business’ unique needs. You can start small […]

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4 Ways Dynamics 365 Shortens Sales Cycles

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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Direct Sales IT Leaders: These 2 Tools Will Help Your Sales Leaders Increase Distributor Performance

Every IT leader has felt pressure from the sales organization to produce tools that will increase sales.   This group is sometimes the hardest to serve - their requests are usually tinged with urgency, and their willingness to spend time with you designing solutions is sometimes limited. .   . And there's the fact that […]

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Important Change to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Update Policy

Microsoft is revising its Dynamics 365 update policy resulting in some important changes for existing customers. In a recent blog post it announced: Two major D365 cloud releases each year will deliver new functions and capabilities Updates will be available from April and October each year Release notes will be published on July 23 for the October 2018 […]

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3 Ways to Access the Dynamics 365 App for Outlook

Before We Get Started... Microsoft made the Dynamics 365 App for Outlook available just a few months ago, and many folks have written excellent articles on the topic. I would recommend you review the Microsoft Documentation site for these articles "Deploy Dynamics 365 App for Outlook" and "Dynamics 365 App for Outlook User Guide". Once […]

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Want CRM Success? Serve the Servants First!

  Imagine this:   You’re the owner or manager of a small business. You’re facing mounting competitive pressures and shrinking margins. Differentiation has become harder and harder because your competitors are one click away on the Internet.   You need to create consistent, high-quality experiences to keep prospects and customers coming back for more.   […]

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