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Systematica Inc. 's Logo Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. Salesforce’s Sales Cloud – Part 1: Real-Time Collaboration Comparison

I love playful competition, but I’m not a big fan of rivalries. Specifically, I don’t appreciate the false representations and imbalanced criticisms that sometimes accompany them. In Los Angeles, there’s a huge college rivalry between USC and UCLA. Some of the things people from each side say about the other university can get pretty nasty. …

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BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo Agile Thoughts for the Dynamic CRM Implementation

Working for a business that implements a brisk volume of accounting and CRM systems, it’s clear that there are significant differences in how these systems are developed and rolled out. These differences are seen throughout the entire implementation process from design and development to go-live. Understanding how they differ may provide insight on the best …

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Systematica Inc. 's Logo Cloud CRM for Less - Special Promotion

Get Paid $200 for each Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online User Subscription License. Offer Expires May 28th, 2011 Do you love getting a deal on a new purchase? Do you delight in finding $20 on the ground? Do you love saving money on things you need so you can spend it on things you really want? …

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BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo Dynamics CRM: Where is the Data and Who Owns It?

During one of our recent implementations at a large, prestigious Nonprofit organization, our counterpart at the organization was reviewing the data that was being converted to the new system, Dynamics CRM. She told us that she was concerned because the member data that needed to be imported was not up-to-date. As it turns out, most …

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BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo Maximize Revenue by Aligning your Sales and Marketing Teams Through Dynamics CRM

Understanding the need for your Sales and Marketing teams to be aligned requires the ability to look at your organization with a critical eye and acknowledge the fact that there are flaws in your structure. Accepting that your Sales and Marketings teams are not aligned opens you to correcting the problem and better enables your teams to identify any potential for lost revenue.

Alfapeople's Logo 3 Business Benefits You Should Expect from Your CRM Software

FBy definition, customer relationship management (CRM) software leverages technology to more efficiently identify and capture qualified leads, convert them into customers, and cultivate loyal relationships that keep customers in the fold for years to come. But what does this look like in tangible business terms? What are the bottom line benefits you should expect to justify …

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Systematica Inc. 's Logo Dynamics CRM vs. SugarCRM - Comparison Resources

I recently received a call from someone who wanted to learn more about Microsoft Dynamics CRM and wanted helpful information that directly compares Microsoft Dynamics CRM with SugarCRM. There are useful sites like CompareCRM.com and ERPSoftwareBlog, but I understand how finding that specific information can be challenging, especially for those two types of software in particular and for a company’s unique situation. …

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NextCorp, Ltd's Logo Talking CRM With Your IT Manager

When evaluating the technical implications of CRM deployment, remember that CRM is foremost a technology that can help propel your business, instead of a tool that dictates your business processes. Discuss with your IT manager the business value of CRM, and get vital input on the technical corollaries of CRM implementation. The IT manager is …

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NextCorp, Ltd's Logo Talking CRM With Your Sales Manager

To ensure that sales representatives meet their objectives, your sales manager continually needs information from them about leads and active prospects. Here's how you can work with your sales manager to find out how CRM can best support sales goals.   Your sales manager's CRM priority: pursuing revenue The sales manager is focused on moving …

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NextCorp, Ltd's Logo Talking Customer Relationship Management Software with a CFO

To ensure that finance meets its objectives, your CFO needs information about issues like total cost of ownership (TCO) and return on investment (ROI). Here's how you can talk to your CFO and get the information you need to make fiscally sound decisions. Your CFO's Customer Relationship Management priority: fiscal fitness Your CFO, who is …

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