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Stoneridge Software's Logo Streamline Your Customer and Prospect Information with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

What happens when one of your sales people leaves the company? Do all of the leads in their pipeline vanish because you don’t have the information and notes to follow up with them? Can you find the right contact number for the right people? Many businesses just like yours struggle with losing sales due to …

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Stoneridge Software's Logo 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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Stoneridge Software's Logo Social Listening – What Are People Saying About Your Brand?

Social media is no longer the wave of the future, its impact is happening right now and if you’re not engaged with your customers and prospects, you’re not only missing out, but could be tarnishing your reputation. No matter if you are b2b or b2c, your customers are online looking for information about you, talking …

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Stoneridge Software's Logo 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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Stoneridge Software's Logo 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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