Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a powerful tool for your sales and marketing teams, but it is more than just a contact management solution. In this webcast, we explore how Microsoft CRM is a flexible, integral part of your enterprise, supporting sales, marketing, customer service, manufacturing, and professional services. We describe how you can configure Microsoft CRM to work the way your business does, and we illustrate its many benefits.
In the race to establish and maintain strong customer relationships, line-of-business executives are increasingly turning to cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications like Salesforce. Thatís because these applications offer greater functionality and scalability than on-premises applications.
An enterprise-grade, Integration platform as a Service (iPaaS) application can provide a unified approach and toolset to support todayís disparate, hybrid IT landscape, and offer benefits for companies of all sizes.
Read this guidebook to learn how to build better customer relationships by connecting the data the data that runs your business, and automating business processes that can benefit from Salesforce application integration.
Published By: LiveHive
Published Date: May 26, 2016
Sales teams are continually investing in more and more tools to sell to today's buyer. In response, the sales stack has expanded to address multiple types of sales problems; however, the inability to easily manage and integrate across multiple solutions has become burdensome. Learn more about the money pit of B2B sales and how to turn it into a money maker.