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A CRM that Can Be Personalized to Its User

As a Marketer, CRM software (http://mig.com/Software-Solutions/Customer-Relationship-Management-CRM) is your best friend. You will use this every day and want to make sure you have all your shortcuts  easily accessible. With Microsoft Dynamics CRM you don't have to be an IT expert to customize it to your personal preferences. And with so many personal customizations easily available […]

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Schools as CRM Users: Constituent Relationship Management

From public school districts to universities, schools of all sizes are becoming increasingly reliant on CRM software to manage recruitment, communication, and retention. For these users, CRM stands for Constituent Relationship Management. Microsoft Dynamics CRM provides the perfect platform for managing information and communication with constituents:

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STAR Helps Dynamics CRM Online Meet Security and Regulatory Requirements

Back in July, the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team had an important announcement on cloud security that may have flown under the radar for many of us. Microsoft had registered CRM Online with the Cloud Security Alliances' STAR (Security, Trust, & Assurance Registry) program. That's a mouthful. Translation: Dynamics CRM Online has met certain data security […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Ribbon Customization

One important thing to bear in mind while choosing software is to make sure you will have the capability of customizing it later. Microsoft Dynamics CRM is programmable and changeable at a core level and it will come in handy when you need to do modifications to help the everyday users. For example: the Microsoft […]

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FYI: CRM Anywhere for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2012 Delayed

In a previous post, we wrote about the new mobility capabilities planned for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2012 Update. To refresh your memory, the 2012 Update would be executed on the Dynamics team's “CRM Anywhere” strategy. The goal was to offer cross-browser access (Safari – Firefox – Chrome) for Dynamics CRM, as well as a native […]

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Why Aren’t You Using SharePoint with Dynamics CRM 2011?

With the release of Dynamics CRM 2011, Microsoft provides an out-of-the-box integration with SharePoint. Even if you don't take full advantage of the complete capabilities of a SharePoint integration, you'll certainly want to turn this feature on. At a minimum, you'll be able to share your CRM documents across your organization. In previous versions of […]

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Cool Tip For Microsoft CRM Dynamics Activity Feeds

The release of Activity Feeds in late 2011 marked the first true introduction of powerful social networking capabilities into Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Activity Feeds let users see a stream of real-time updates to users, Account records, Leads, and other entities. It’s a great way to get a quick feel for what’s going on in the […]

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New Productivity Pack for Dynamics GP to Dynamics CRM Connector

The Connector for Microsoft Dynamics, which has been available for about two years, provides integration between Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft Dynamics GP (previously Great Plains), as well as NAV and AX. The Connector is to be able to pull information between the transactional world of GP and CRM’s customer-centric records. Earlier this month Microsoft […]

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