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Top Quotes From Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

It's a great time for Microsoft and the company is in good hands under the CEO Satya Nadella's direction. The organization is growing around Dynamics 365, Office 365, Power BI, Azure, and the complete Digital Transformation strategy.   Satya Nadella offers great insight into Microsoft's tremendous growth. Here are a few top quotes from Satya […]

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Which is Better, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, or Salesforce?

We get the question all the time: “which is a better CRM, Microsoft Dynamics or Salesforce?” Before I address this, I want to be fully transparent: our company sells Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and not Salesforce. But this will by no means be an article trouncing Salesforce. Far from it. What I will discuss amounts to […]

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Top 6 Most Popular CRM Blog Posts by Turnkey Technologies, Inc. in 2012

“Men at some time are masters of their fates” – William Shakespeare  Turnkey Technologies, Inc. has enjoyed sharing great information and insights about Microsoft Dynamics CRM and CRM Software on the CRM in 2012.  The main purpose has always been to inform the reader, give a unique point of view regarding Microsoft Dynamics CRM […]

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The Benefits Reaped when Companies Switch to Microsoft Dynamics CRM from

Having had the opportunity and pleasure of attending the Microsoft Dynamics Partner Event in Fargo, N.D. this past week, it really makes me so proud and excited about promoting the Microsoft Dynamics Platforms and the benefits of the products.  Sitting in my seat on the plane making my way back to Detroit, I had the chance […]

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Why Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is a Better Value than

“The world is all gates, all opportunities, strings of tension waiting to be struck.” Ralph Waldo Emerson In last month’s blog, we discussed the architectural reasons why Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a better fit to grow your business than  This month we will dig a little deeper into the features and functions that make […]

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Why Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is a Better Fit than

  “Wherever you see a successful business, someone once made a courageous decision.” – Peter Drucker    When deciding which CRM system to purchase, it is important to look not only  at the features, functionality, and cost of the solution, but also “organizational fit”.  These fit factors include IT platform, browser standards within your company, integration […]

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Counting the Hidden Costs of

When businesses evaluate CRM solutions, many factors are considered from functionality to user adaptability. But regardless of the main reason for looking at a new solution, all business ultimately will look at the cost as well. When comparing Microsoft CRM Online to’s Enterprise version, the costs differences are staggering - $44 per month per […]

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2.25 Million Users and 33,000 Customers Now on Microsoft Dynamics CRM

This newly released statistic is impressive since not too long ago it was at 1 million users!  Here is the link from the official Microsoft release.  And with Microsoft’s commitment to accelerated, new feature releases of Microsoft Dynamics CRM every six months we expect the install base to grow exponentially for the foreseeable future.  In […]

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Dynamics CRM. Check. In the Cloud. Check. Save Lots of $$$. Check

Microsoft Dynamics CRM has created a significant buzz throughout the industry.  Organizations of all sizes and from all different industries have seen the benefits it can offer and are now taking advantage of the extensive built-in functionality to address their sales, marketing, membership, and service requirements. But there is still time for your organization take […]

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Don’t Let Your Sales People Be Data Entry Clerks Just Because You Want Information – use Microsoft CRM

Every company that implements a CRM system expresses a common concern “We don’t want to turn our sales staff into data entry clerks, we want them meeting with clients and prospects”. Obviously, the value of your sales team is having them meet with clients, prospects, networking contacts and other people who can drive opportunities. Having […]

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