Microsoft has supplied a sales-focused iPad/ Windows Tablet mobile solution for CRM 2013. This application is free and can be used with any Dynamics CRM Online or on-Premise (with ADFS) implementation.
If you have recently considered the question, “should I put my CRM in the cloud”, then this blog is for you. I’ll take you through the reasons for and against hosted CRM in the cloud, and the different choices and considerations available to you. You should find this helps you choose where to locate your business’s CRM system.
To justify your marketing budget you need to establish forecasts based on past performance, measure the actual outcomes and match them back against the forecast. Then when you present your budget, you can provide facts based on previous forecasts and actual results. This will give you credibility in your marketing investment requests.
My salespeople and account managers are out in the field working with clients and prospects so they don’t want to be lugging around a laptop, their tablet and their phone, especially when there travelling. However the rest of the business needs them to share information.
This is definitely a case of “There is integration and then there is integration”. If like us, you’re looking to do more than the out-of-the-box integration between SharePoint 2013 and Dynamics CRM 2011 (which, let’s face, is fairly basic) then read on.
Valid registration keys are needed to operate Collections Management for Microsoft Dynamics GP. With the transition of the Collections Management to Professional Advantage, this blog might be useful to unravel the RegKey puzzle.
Following on from our previous blog, we are now going to look at what’s new in the general ledger. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 has made a few clever improvements to the general ledger, particularly in the year-end close process.
Microsoft recently released Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. In the next few blog posts we are going to take a look under the hood to help you understand some of the new features that are now available.