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IE 9 Settings with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 On-Premise

I ran across something at a client regarding IE 9 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 that I wanted to share. The issue I was having was regarding lookup’s on CRM forms not populating after selection. For example, when creating a price list item I was seeing the following: It wasn’t as much of an issue […]

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Practical Considerations to Integrating the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Outlook Client and SharePoint Document Management Integration

The native SharePoint integration into Microsoft Dynamics CRM has caused a lot of excitement over the last few months.  The powerful document management capability of SharePoint combined with the ease of access to documents when working within a Dynamics CRM record like Accounts, Contacts or Opportunities has been well documented in a number of articles […]

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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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Mobile Express Brings Microsoft Dynamics CRM to your Mobile Device

Mobile Express for Microsoft Dynamics CRM enables access to Microsoft Dynamics CRM data in a Web browser on a mobile device.  The concept that Mobile express was only for read-only access has now been pulverized with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. The user can now create accounts, contacts, opportunities, tasks, phone calls, including access custom entities and […]

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Effective Customer Segmentation Helps Move Sales Quickly Through Cycle

I was invited on-site to meet with a new client's marketing department and hear about their challenges with customer segmentation.  They are an international distribution company, headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM. They have two challenges with customer segmentation: How do they identify up-sell and cross-sell opportunities within their existing customer base? How do they identify […]

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What CRM Means to Government Agencies

I often get this question from people “What is CRM?  What does it really do?”  It is a tough question to answer.  It is easy to say that it can help sales and marketing.  But when I look at our client success stories, it is so  much more than just a sales and marketing application.  […]

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With Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Seeing is Believing!

Sometimes the hardest part of getting a CRM project off the ground is simply convincing executives and users what CRM can do.  Products like Microsoft Dynamics CRM are designed to be a platform and tailored to fit the unique needs of an organization.  That means it is sometimes difficult for people to conceptualize exactly how CRM […]

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3 Tips for a Successful CRM Implementation

While CRM products like Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 allow organizations to quickly procure and begin using CRM, no product addresses the ultimate success of using a CRM application.  Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 has a host of functional and user interface improvements.  The application can be quickly tailored to meet any organizations relationship management needs.  However, if […]

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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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