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New Dynamics 365 Unified Interface

The Dynamics 365 Unified Interface is coming and we had the opportunity to review it, below are our thoughts. The Unified Interface for Dynamics 365 is an updated user interface and is common across devices (mobile, tablet and desktop). It also includes some functionality only being released to the new client. You open the Unified […]

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Dynamics CRM Tip: Unable to Create or Resolve Cases?

By Byron C. Law, Crowe Horwath Creating and resolving “cases” in Dynamics CRM is very important for customer service and support teams. So if you get an error code when you are trying to create or resolve cases, it can slow down productivity. A client presented an issue where they were unable to create or […]

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Valuing the Customer with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Bringing more customers in is always a priority for companies, yet sometimes they fail to see the possibilities for profit right in front of them—their current customers! Reiterating relationships with already loyal customers keeps them dedicated to your business. Showing your current clients how much they mean reminds them why they choose to do business with […]

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The 10 Mistakes of Bad Customer Service

Why do customers stop doing business with you? Do you know the #1 reason customers stop doing business with a business? You'll be surprised that the answer isn't that a company's pricing is too high or their product insufficient. According to Hubspot, 82% of customers have left a company because of a bad customer service experience.  […]

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Creating a Customer-Centric Culture in a Customer-Focused World

“It is not the employer who pays the wages. Employers only handle the money. It is the customer who pays the wages.” – Henry Ford Creating Your Customer-Centric Culture A recent conference on customer service and engagement shared principles that everyone can use to develop pro-customer organizations. The story is not necessarily one of revolution, […]

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2 Ways User Acceptance Testing Can Lower Microsoft Dynamics 365 Development Costs

Are you ready to kick the tires on Dynamics 365? When we are working on a Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly Dynamics CRM) development project we will release it, in intervals, to a staging environment. This allows you as the customer to “kick the tires” and validate that what we have delivered is what you expected. […]

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The Value of CRM Mapping for Sales Professionals

Here’s the beauty of integrating Dynamics 365 for Sales with a CRM mapping application: raw CRM data comes alive on an interactive map so you can quickly visualize what would have taken hours to analyze in a spreadsheet. What value does this have for sales reps? It helps them see exactly where their best customers […]

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5 Dynamics CRM Sessions to See at 2017 CRM Conference

On May 4th the doors of the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, WI will open to business leaders and CRM enthusiasts from across the United States for the 2017 CRM Conference hosted by Ledgeview Partners. This annual conference was born in the fall of 2013 in Chicago to help current users of Microsoft Dynamics CRM make […]

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Why Don’t You Just Tell Me How Much Microsoft Dynamics CRM Will Cost?

“This is what I need; how much will it cost and how long will it take?” These are usually the first questions I am asked about a Microsoft Dynamics CRM (now Dynamics 365) project. It could be about implementing a new system, an upgrade, a customization or even a report. It may seem frustrating at […]

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New Feature in Dynamics 365 : Using PowerApps and Microsoft Flow with CRM

Microsoft Mechanics is a YouTube channel that appeals to power users and developers on Microsoft Products. In this recent video, Luis Camino demonstrates how PowerApps and Microsoft Flow can be used to build custom Line of Business (LOB) apps which integrate Dynamics 365 data and processes with other applications.   Dynamics 365 Enterprise Subscriptions includes […]

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