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Posts Tagged ‘Dynamics CRM Implementation Tips’

8 Guiding Principles for CRM Implementation Success

When interviewed after the fact, some managers have lamented the things they didn’t know before implementing their CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solutions. To save you the pain of “implementer’s regret,” we’ve identified eight guiding principles designed to make your CRM selection and implementation a success. 1. Start with a vision Which CRM you select will […]

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Make a Success of Your CRM Implementation Project

If you’ve decided to implement a new or updated CRM solution, you might think your job is over when you’ve selected a full-featured, flexible CRM system such as Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM. But really, there is some important work ahead. As important as it is to choose the right product, it’s equally important that it be […]

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Should You Upgrade or Reimplement Your CRM Solution?

There are two different ways to improve your current CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solution: upgrade or reimplementation. You might assume that the end results of the two paths will be the same. But there is a distinction.  Choosing the best path based on your organization’s processes and goals can make a big difference. CRM Reimplementation Reimplementation refers […]

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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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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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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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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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Disaster Recovery and Continuity Planning with Microsoft Azure

Do you run a small business? Are you the head of a large company? Is your organization headquartered in a metropolitan center, or in a rural area? No matter what your circumstances may be, all businesses in the U.S. share one thing in common: the importance of Information Technology (IT) in their day to day […]

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How to Get the most out of your CRM Investment

 MS Dynamics 365 for Sales vs Salesforce Learn more about Dynamics 365 for Sales features It's a big misunderstanding that if you just buy and implement a CRM system, it will immediately boost your revenue. Getting a CRM system on board, is just the tip of an iceberg. Below are three tips on how to […]

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CRM Optimization & Visibility: 6 Common Goals and Applications

In my first post, I introduced the concept of an organizational shift in focus regarding CRM systems, whereby the focus is not so much on the functional/tactical expectations (i.e., being a sales force automation tool), but rather on the desired business outcomes, and how this shift is driving solutions with greater efficacy. With this new […]

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