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Top 7 Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Features for Manufacturers

May 7, 2015 5:00:01 PM

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Insights From: Art Small (Fullscope CRM Solutions Consultant)

The recent release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 gives manufacturers even greater visibility into operations. It adds more built-in features and reduces the need to buy third party software or conduct custom work.  

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Reason #2 to See CRM 2013: New Intuitive Interface

Jan 15, 2014 2:00:22 PM

Here's the second blog (and reason) in our series, Top 10 reasons to see Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013.

#2 New Intuitive User Interface – No More Pop Ups!

The new Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 has a cleaner, faster and more intuitive user interface to help drive your productivity. It offers single window navigation that provides you a view of everything you need, where you need it -- without popups. No longer having to flip between apps means its easier to access and change prospect/customer information and frees your sales, customer service and marketing departments to focus on your customers.

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New Top 10 List: Why See Dynamics CRM 2013 in Action

Jan 6, 2014 2:00:17 PM

In a series of short blogs, we'll recap the top reasons to take a look at CRM 2013.  Here's the first one:

#1 Runs On The Most Popular Mobile Devices

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 has mobile applications for Windows 8 and iPad tablets and Microsoft, iPhone and Android smart phones. The applications provide a user experience optimized for touch based on the tile approach of modern applications adjusted to conform to the device's screen limitations. While on the go, if you lose your Internet connection, you can still see any records you've already viewed. You may also access CRM in your device's browser for an experience similar to your PC.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 – Fall 2013

Sep 27, 2013 3:00:04 PM

Microsoft will release their next major release of their Customer Relationship Management software, Dynamics CRM. The target date of this release is October 2013 and is a major step forward for those who desire a more intuitive, guided approach to CRM systems. It also includes much needed enhancements in the realms of social collaboration and mobile access. Microsoft codenames intermediate releases after stars and originally planned for this release to be “Orion”. Microsoft has since made the decision for this to be a major release and have named it Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013. Some of the changes were partially available in the previous intermediate release named “Polaris”. This new release of CRM takes Polaris to an entirely new level. Below are a few highlights of the new platform:

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