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Ten Tips for Finding Information Faster and More Efficiently in Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Having all of your information in your Microsoft Dynamics CRM database is beneficial to not only the sales team but also to marketing, administration and office staff. Being able to access the information you need in a timely manner is equally as important. Not understanding how to mine data from Microsoft Dynamics CRM can lead […]

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Top Benefits of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online

As more and more software is being offered on a cloud platform, we’re seeing a reduction in pricing that is giving companies a reason to make the move. Purchasing and maintaining servers is becoming a thing of the past thanks to affordable cloud technologies. And applications that allow employees to communicate (email, collaboration solutions) and […]

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Technology is Changing the Way Nonprofits Do Business

Technology is changing the world around us – sometimes in subtle ways and sometimes in very dramatic ways. Consumer behavior is changing, companies are figuring out how to best use the latest technology to sell products and services and improve brand loyalty. It’s no different for nonprofits. Technology is causing an ongoing transformation in the […]

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Free Microsoft Dynamics CRM Trial

You've read all about what Microsoft Dynamics CRM can offer and you're interested in seeing how it really works. DFC Consultants is offering a free 30-day trial of CRM Online that will help you see how easy it is to organize and automate your business processes while increasing customer satisfaction and loyalty in the sales, […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Includes Sales Collaboration Panel

How ironic that people in the communications industry tend to do the least amount of talking with each other. Bringing the sales and marketing teams together and getting them on the same page is crucial to closing more sales (and avoiding food fights in the break room). The development team at Microsoft has been working […]

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Switching from Excel to a Customer Relationship Management System

A graphic designer wouldn’t use Word to create a new logo, just like an accountant wouldn’t use pen and paper to manage their company’s General Ledger. So why do so many sales and marketing professionals still rely on Excel to manage their customer lists? Excel has been around since the dawn of time, or at […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Reduces Data Entry Time

Data entry is never at the top of anyone’s to-do list but in order to keep your customer database up to date, it’s a necessity. If you’re using Microsoft Dynamics CRM, you can update information for multiple contacts at the same time. This feature comes in handy when a company in your database changes their […]

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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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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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