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Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM to Create an Integrated Social Strategy: Beyond Counting Followers

In today’s hyper connected world where individuals have a wealth of information at their fingertips through the web and a variety of social media channels, you may or may not be surprised to hear that on average 57% of customers have gone through the buying cycle before they ever contact you. That’s why the idea […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 and Netbreeze – Bridging the Gap Between UK Universities and Their Students.

It’s widely documented that students are more careful when making their academic choices with the increased financial commitment and questioned value long term of a degree in some quarters. The Guardian (2013) reported 47% of University graduates in the last 5 years have taken non graduate qualification related roles. In light of this Universities are more […]

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3 Key Acquisitions Are Making Microsoft Dynamics CRM More Social

“In embracing change, entrepreneurs ensure social and economic stability.” – George Gilder It is no secret that businesses are becoming more social.  Today’s customers have more choices and access to more product information, placing greater demands on companies to remain competitive.  Social media marketing offers a way to gain better visibility into these changing demands.  […]

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How Microsoft Dynamics CRM Will Use MarketingPilot, Netbreeze, and Yammer to Support the New Customer

Customer buying cycles are radically changing, and CRM software has to evolve to keep up. In an interview at Convergence 2013, Seth Patton, Senior Director of Marketing for Microsoft Dynamics CRM gave his thoughts on customer buying trends, the changing role of marketing, and how Microsoft Dynamics CRM plans to embrace these changes with the […]

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4 Wonderful Things About Convergence 2013

It has been nearly a decade since I attended a Convergence conference, which is Microsoft’s annual get together of users, experts and partners. When I first attended there were hundreds of attendees―this year a record of nearly 12,000 people came in from around the globe!  For existing users and people considering a new business solution, […]

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