Working with customers to close a sale has become more challenging in the digital age. Customers are wiser when it comes to choosing providers as they can easily find content online that allows them...
If you work for an enterprise using a cloud email platform, chances are it’s an Office 365 solution.
That’s according to Gartner’s latest enterprise cloud email adoption report, which identifies Office 365 as the cloud email platform of choice for organisations worldwide.
Let’s take a look into the lives of two high-powered sales executives, Martha and George. The fictional pair have never met, but they do have a lot in common.
When Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 was released late last year, it got people talking for all the right reasons. With an improved user interface, enhanced mobile capabilities and better business process automation, we’ve seen consistent demand for Dynamics CRM 2015.
If you’ve skimmed over a tech blog or website in recent months, you’ve probably noticed Microsoft in the spotlight a little more than usual. It started with the release of Windows 10 back in July.
For a business using CRM, keeping it up-to-date may just mean installing system upgrades. However, this ‘technical’ perspective misses the wider implication that CRM systems are typically interwoven with business processes and over time businesses evolve and change.
When you go to a restaurant, you understand the process to get the meal you want. If you’re using Microsoft’s Office 365, it’s a similar (and just as simple) process to get what you need.
A couple of decades ago Microsoft PowerPoint arrived and gave us the tools to for eye catching, information-rich slide presentations. Now, Office Mix is a free PowerPoint add-in (from Microsoft) that converts PowerPoint slides into interactive online presentations.
It’s a scenario that’s been faced by plenty of marketing managers: A senior executive announces to the marketing team that they want to promote a new product with a marketing campaign involving, as its centrepiece, a seminar for prospective customers.
What would it be like to be able to recall, at will and instantly, anything you have ever learned?