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Microsoft Dynamics CRM

A customer relationship management (CRM) package from Microsoft that tracks sales people and customers. Introduced in 2003 for internal servers, an online service similar to Salesforce.com debuted in 2008. Mobile Express provides Web-based data for sales reps on the road with smartphones. See CRM and Microsoft Dynamics.
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Solver provides BI360, the leading Business Intelligence suite for Microsoft Dynamics AX, GP, NAV, SL, MS CRM, Intacct, Sage 500 and X3, SAP Business One, and other ERP systems.
CPS integrates structured estimating, production, shop floor control, job costing, drag and drop scheduling, inventory, financial and people management solutions with less structured applications like MS Share Point Workflow, MS Word, MS Excel, Adobe Acrobat, MS Outlook and MS CRM.
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is the only company in the GCC region to achieve the Microsoft Hosting Partner status for SharePoint, Exchange Server, MS CRM, Dynamics ERP AX and NAV.
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Of those using a CRM system, SalesForce has 17% of the users, with ACT by Sage, Sage SalesLogix and MS CRM following with less than double digits.
Purchase and implementation of the package MS CRM 2011.
extends the ease with which MS CRM can be customized.
Integration with another Microsoft product, MS CRM, was cumbersome and required ongoing management.
The "Mobile Power" add-ons extends the power and functionalities of MS CRM and ERP products to various Smart Phones and PDAs running on Windows Mobile, Blackberry, Apple iPhone and G1 with their thin provisioning process.
NET platform to allow salespeople to use MS CRM online or offline and make the differences all but transparent.
Since Dealmaker is so well integrated with Microsoft CRM, we think our customers who use MS CRM could really enhance their sales effectiveness through this solution, and we're delighted to be able to provide them with that opportunity.