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BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo 2 Keys to Optimizing CRM for Your Organization

When implementing a new CRM system, the same questions always seem to arise. First and foremost clients want to know: “What type of staffing resources do I need to manage […]

BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo How Microsoft Dynamics CRM Helps Improve Member Engagement

Is your organization feeling squeezed as you look for association management solutions that fit your unique requirements? Most Association Management Systems (AMS) have either too much or too little functionality […]

BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo xRM: Extending the Scope of Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Before delving into the details of xRM and how to put it to work for your organization, it’s important for establish a common definition. According to Wikipedia, xRM is a […]

BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo CRM for Associations: A New Era in Member Engagement and Revenue Generation

Associations of all sizes are struggling to find new revenue streams and better connect with their members. In fact, many associations are looking beyond the traditional AMS (Association Membership Management) […]

BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo Dynamics CRM: Bringing the Cloud to You

In order for the mass transition to cloud computing to occur, it’s imperative that CIO’s get comfortable with the security surrounding this new form of IT. After learning about the […]

Planet Technologies's Logo Why are NFP Organizations Replacing iMIS with Microsoft Dynamics CRM?

As not for profit organizations, including membership, educational, and mission based groups, learn more about Dynamics CRM, they are reevaluating their investment in iMIS association management solution. If you are […]

BroadPoint, Inc.'s Logo Dynamics CRM: An Innovative Solution for Union Staff And Members

With budgets remaining low, organizations and unions are under great pressure to find innovative solutions for automating vital processes, increasing staff productivity, and reducing IT cost. To meet these goals, unions are turning to a Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution that centralizes data and processes for both staff and members.


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