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How to Achieve High Goals with a Rapid Deployment Microsoft Dynamics CRM or xRM

Our Detroit Tigers had a great game for their opening day, beating out the Red Sox 3-2. It was a beautiful day to be at the ballpark and witness our top players in action. An amazing catch by Miguel Cabrera got the crowd roaring. And that roar increased to a high when Austin Jackson sealed […]

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xRM: Extending the Scope of Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Before delving into the details of xRM and how to put it to work for your organization, it’s important for establish a common definition. According to Wikipedia, xRM is a strategy that takes CRM one step further, focusing on managing all relationships – not just those with customers. With that, let’s now take a look […]

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RSM Showcases Accelerators for Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM at Convergence

RSM has been implementing Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM solutions since the release of version 1.0.  Our consultants average 15+ years experience and with this experience, we have developed accelerators for the Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM solutions. SmartStart for Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM is designed to quickly achieve best practices and meet your sales force automation objectives.  The program […]

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CRM for Associations: A New Era in Member Engagement and Revenue Generation

Associations of all sizes are struggling to find new revenue streams and better connect with their members. In fact, many associations are looking beyond the traditional AMS (Association Membership Management) systems for sales, marketing, and service management and in favor of a “CRM for Associations” solution to centralize their marketing, lead, opportunity, and service management […]

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FetchAll() for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 – Handling Large FetchXML Resultsets

When I originally started working in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, I was convinced that I would be able to avoid FetchXML forever, in favor of all the new shiny LINQ / REST capabilities. Well, it turns out I was wrong, and we are still finding places for FetchXML, which means I eventually ran into an […]

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Three Reasons Why Microsoft Dynamics CRM Isn’t Just a CRM Tool

Many people know that CRM stands for customer relationship management, but Microsoft Dynamics CRM can actually do so much more than that. Microsoft has developed CRM in such a way that, with the help of add on ISVs, it can be tweaked to fit almost any application in any industry. One such industry to benefit […]

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When One More Spreadsheet is One Too Many: Connecting Fragmented Departments with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

We recently completed a  Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 2011 XRM project with a supplemental educational services (SES) provider who helps students do better in school through online tutoring. They currently serve over 9,000 students and are approved in 33 states. In order to get approved in each district and extend their reach helping students, they need […]

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xRM: Your Guidebook to Finding the Right CRM Solution

Figuring out whether to purchase or build from scratch an enterprise business application is a decision that many companies have faced. Thankfully, that decision has been made easier with the introduction of the Microsoft xRM application platform. With the xRm application platform, your company will now get to enjoy the best of both options. When […]

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Dynamics CRM: Bringing the Cloud to You

In order for the mass transition to cloud computing to occur, it’s imperative that CIO’s get comfortable with the security surrounding this new form of IT. After learning about the security safeguards in place, CIO’s won’t be as apprehensive when starting the transition from the traditional client/server model to the cloud. All you need to […]

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Agile Thoughts for the Dynamic CRM Implementation

Working for a business that implements a brisk volume of accounting and CRM systems, it’s clear that there are significant differences in how these systems are developed and rolled out. These differences are seen throughout the entire implementation process from design and development to go-live. Understanding how they differ may provide insight on the best […]

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