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Engaging Customers Just Got Easier

Organizations today have a considerable number of tools available for researching future purchases. Consequently, sales teams should be equipped with the tools needed to know their customers and engage them in a way that is relevant and meaningful. Having access to thorough information about customers and products are crucial elements to empowering a sales team. Integrating the back office data of an ERP system with the front-line sales tools of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM system gives sales teams the complete, detailed picture they need to properly engage with, and bring value to, the customer.

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Preview: “Orion” is Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

Orion has a new name. This fall, the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 release will be known as Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 (for on-premise) and Microsoft Dynamics Fall 2013 (for online subscribers).

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The Web Client & Windows Azure Platform

I recently sat down with Daryl Anderson from Microsoft to hear about Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and the exciting efforts around the web-client and support for Windows Azure.

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Selecting a Cloud Service Provider

What if your business had an extra $130,000 to spend over the next three years*? Would you hire a new employee? Invest in a new location? Spend more money on advertising?

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Going Mobile

One topic that repeatedly comes up during a Microsoft Dynamics CRM project is mobility. With the need for anywhere/anytime/any device access, companies want to understand options and what is needed to make information accessible with mobile devices.

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VA Enterprises – Leveraging Microsoft Dynamics to Meet the Needs of Today’s Family Office

In 1882, John D. Rockefeller established the first family office in order to manage his family’s investment, property, and philanthropic interests. Today, hundreds of single family offices exist in the United States alone.

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