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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office’

From Microsoft Convergence 2015: A Sneak Peek at Some Great New Enhancements Coming to Dynamics CRM

Each year at Microsoft Convergence, the company unveils the latest and greatest new features and upgrades coming to its Dynamics software lines. This year is no exception! There’s been talk of many great enhancements coming to Microsoft Dynamics CRM later this year. A few of these discussed at this year's Microsoft Convergence conference I am […]

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New Sales Productivity Solution Combines the Power of Dynamics CRM and Office 365

Last week, Microsoft announced a new subscription service for sales professionals that combines some of its most popular products into one powerhouse solution. It’s designed to help your sales teams be more connected and collaborative, so that they can close more deals faster. Read the original press release here. Since this exciting offering is so […]

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Top 4 Signs Your Business Needs Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and Office 365

Ask business owners what their most important asset is and I’d be willing to bet the same answer would come up over and over—“Our customers.”  But, do you know your customers as well as you’d like?  If the answer is anything other than a resounding “YES!” chances are there’s room for improvement and technology may […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365: A Match Made in the Cloud, Updated

A couple of months ago, I wrote a popular blog post entitled, “Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365: A Match Made in the Cloud” which explained a few of the powerful benefits you can achieve when implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM online with Office 365. Since then, we’ve received a couple of questions on this topic […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM.Net Preview (Version 5) At Vision 2010

I try not to use three letter words in my blog entries, but I can’t help but say WOW.  At The TM Group’s 12th Annual Vision 2010 Microsoft Dynamics Conference & Expo earlier this week which drew over 300 attendees, we saw a preview of the next version of  Dynamics CRM (you might have heard it […]

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