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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Upgrade, or Re-Implementation?

We recently had a Dynamics CRM client with a mature CRM 4.0 deployment move to a brand new start up. They needed to transition their entire on-premise CRM 4.0 setup over to Dynamics CRM 2011 online (complete with new reporting servers, new Active Directory (Office 365), etc.) They decided upon a re-implementation, based on what's […]

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The ABCs of CRM: What You Should Know About Activity Based Costing

"The value of an idea lies in the using of it." Thomas A. Edison I love this quote.  Ideas abound, especially in this day and age with the speed of technology change, new communication mechanisms, etc.  But there is one idea that warrants more consideration in the CRM (customer relationship management) strategy world – Activity […]

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News from Convergence 2013: What Dynamics CRM Users Should Know

Microsoft presented plenty of Dynamics CRM details, updates, and insights at last week’s Convergence conference, and we wanted to share our thoughts on how this information can be of use to current Dynamics CRM users. MarketingPilot will present Dynamics users with new marketing automation options Microsoft’s acquisition of MarketingPilot brings a broad marketing automation package […]

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Implementing Dynamics CRM on an Enterprise Scale? Consider the “Hub and Spoke” Method

Implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM across an entire company can produce significant customer management and cost cutting benefits. However, this kind of large scale implementation comes with some very specific (and potentially difficult) challenges, such as the need for functional diversity between departments, organizational security requirements, enterprise-wide standardization, and enterprise-wide reporting. For many organizations, a hub-and-spoke […]

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CRM for Residential Construction: Building Competitive Advantage with CRM in the Homebuilding Industry

After several years of challenging market conditions, the residential homebuilding industry seems to have turned a corner and begun to rebound.  Firms that have invested in technology to help them drive revenue and margin will be positioned to outperform their competitors as the market returns to health. Implementing an organization-wide CRM platform represents one of […]

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