One of the key features included in the release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is built-in integration with SharePoint. Now that the latest version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM has been around for a few months, more and more businesses are starting to realise the power, potential, and value of this powerful new feature. What is …
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How Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011’s Built-In SharePoint Integration is Delivering Major Business Value
The UK IT company Technology Services Group Limited (TSG) has acquired Midlands-based business software, IT services, and CRM specialist Concentrix Limited. This is part of the strategic acquisition plan of TSG, and will give them significant capability in CRM software implementation, a key growth target area of the company. Concentrix offers ‘product agnostic’ advice, consultancy, …
Being able to set up the software the way you like it, and having it tailored to your role, is one of the key features of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Users can personalise the areas they regularly work with in a whole variety of ways. So why is this important?
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2, the latest release of this leading ERP solution, is due in the UK on 15th December 2010. And one of the key enhancements is built-in integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
The next version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, due in September 2010, is being eagerly awaited by business partners and end-users alike. Officially named Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 the product will offer a whole range of new features, functions and enhancements.
Ten Tips To Ensure The Success Of Your Microsoft Dynamics CRM Project, Right From The Very Start – Part 2
Here’s the second part of our blog giving you five more important tips about the factors you need to consider right at the start of your Microsoft Dynamics CRM project. Along with the previous five tips, this information will help you ensure you get the system successfully working for your business and delivering results as smoothly as possible.
Traditionally the ‘C’ in ‘CRM’ stands for Customer. But CRM applications, and in particular Microsoft Dynamics CRM, have evolved in to much more than applications that just manage customers. That’s why the term ‘xRM’ or ‘Anything Relationship Management’ is a better description of what Microsoft Dynamics CRM does.
How to choose between Microsoft Dynamics CRM as a hosted or on-premise solution is a question commonly asked by small businesses. Whether you choose to deploy Microsoft Dynamics CRM on-premise or go with a hosted option depends on your business requirements: your aims, objectives, resources, and what you need from your CRM solution.