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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner Minnesota’

Four Objectives to Address for CRM Success

I have had the pleasure of presenting “Sneak Peeks” of Dynamics CRM 2011 across the country the last few weeks.  At each event, I get more excited about the upcoming launch of CRM 2011.  At each event, there has been a mix of current Dynamics CRM users and people evaluating CRM.  Today, the entire event […]

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A Sneak Peek at Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

We are in the process of gearing up for Sneak Peeks of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 all over the country. Our consultants around the country have been meeting weekly to review many of the enhancements in Dynamics CRM 2011 as we prepare for these events and the upcoming launch of the new product. A couple […]

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How CRM Software Relates to Account Management

Companies revolve around one thing: the clients. This can be easy to forgotten when dealing with a lot of annoying complaints or late payments, but at the end of the day, no clients means no business. Since there’s no getting away from them, you have to figure out how to manage all of your clients […]

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CRM Helps Improve Processes for Manufacturers and Wholesale Distribution Companies

I was reading through RSM’s latest Manufacturers and Wholesale Distribution (MWD) National Survey and one of the questions really intrigued me.  We asked companies what processes they were looking to improve in 2010.  The top five responses were Supplier Relationship Management (76%), Customer Relationship Management (64%), Manufacturing Flow (53%), Order Fulfillment (51%), and Customer Service […]

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Top Tips When Evaluating Software Vendors – It’s More Than Features/Functions

JoeCRM here from PowerObjects – After giving some more thought to my previous post Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. Or Whoever…The Proof Is In The Partner, I think I need to say a little more – ok, a lot more.  In the previous post I talked about a few areas that I think are important […]

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Webcast: Manage Your Business Better With CRM/xRM

Hi…Joe CRM here…interested in learning more about xRM (Anything Relationship Management)?  Then you won’t want to miss our upcoming webinar on March 18 focused on Microsoft Dynamics xRM as a Microsoft development platform.  It’s gaining traction in almost every major industry, especially in healthcare.  While CRM is used by your sales, marketing, and customer service […]

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How To Have Fun Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Dynamics CRM is fun.  That’s Right F U N! -  Selling it, using it, customizing it, and exploring all the possibilities!  What is fun about selling Dynamics CRM?   That answer is simple:  watching future users who have come into a demo with a preconceived notion of what a CRM has available from their days with […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. Or Whoever…The Proof Is In The Partner

JoeCRM here from PowerObjects – just a quick blog on something that has been sticking in my craw for awhile.  Being with PowerObjects, a company that just implements CRM, I notice time and again that people are still buying software like they always have….show me this feature….how does your product do this and that….what is the […]

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Positioned For Growth – Microsoft Dynamics CRM Helps Take Algos To The Next Level

As a contract research organization, Algos needed a better way to access and optimize projects and customer information, manage project lifecycles, and gain greater operational visibility to make important business decisions.  PowerObjects implemented a hosted Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution for Algos across the entire organization including management, operations, sales, and marketing. Click here to learn […]

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xRM – Managing Relationships With Business Software

Relationships Beyond Sales Business relationships and contact management related to sales, marketing and sales related customer service have always had a home in standard CRM packages and for the most part, the pitch for traditional CRM has focused on those areas. Today’s CRM systems now have more flexibility and extensibility that can be applied to […]

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