Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Dynamics CRM Marketing Automation’

Turnkey Technologies, Inc.'s Logo Top 6 Benefits of Marketing Automation in Microsoft Dynamics CRM!

Marketing automation is one of the most crucial functions a CRM system can provide for an organization.  It drastically improves your abilities to engage with your prospects and customers in […]

Turnkey Technologies, Inc.'s Logo 4 Noticeable Ways Microsoft Dynamics CRM Can Lighten Your Workload!

Multi-tasking various work activities can be challenging for anyone, and I'm certainly no exception.  Luckily, it doesn’t have to be with Microsoft Dynamics CRM and its diverse functionality that helps me […]

MIG & Co.'s Logo Creating Marketing Lists with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Good, up-to-date marketing lists are often the core of successful marketing campaigns, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM (www.mig.com/DynamicsCRM) enables you to quickly and easily create marketing lists. Microsoft Dynamics CRM has […]

Intelligent Technologies, Inc. 's Logo Take the Guesswork out of Marketing with MarketingPilot and Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Late last year, Microsoft announced the acquisition of MarketingPilot. If you’re not familiar with it, MarketingPilot is a company that’s made a name for itself in the marketing automation industry, […]

MIG & Co.'s Logo Webinar: Have You Heard the Buzz Around Marketing Automation?

Today, customers are in control. But when they do interact with companies they expect more relevant, personal and timely communications than ever before. To deliver this more personalized experience, marketers […]

Intelligent Technologies, Inc. 's Logo Windows 8 Integration, Improved User Interface and More Coming to Dynamics CRM Over the Next Two Years

When Microsoft recently updated its Dynamics CRM roadmap, one thing became quite evident, they want to be sure this system helps users attract, retain and engage customers.  Some of the […]

MIG & Co.'s Logo Use Dynamics CRM to Enable Web-based Lead Capture

We’ve all seen this particular form on corporate web sites. The one with “who to contact” or “have any questions?” - there’s usually a series of fields that lets potential […]

 

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