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Microsoft: 12 reasons company's use Microsoft Dynamics

23 Nov 2012

Microsoft offered companies 12 reasons why they should use Microsoft Dynamics this week, insisting the system "drives revenue and serves customers."

During the Microsoft ReImagined event in Auckland this week, the software manufacturer promoted their solutions to a full-house of IT professionals, offering a 12-point plan to why companies should get onboard.

Microsoft Dynamics:

1. A Global Community:

Over 300,000 customers in more than 80 countries and 40 languages depend on Microsoft Dynamics

2. In Good Company:

2 million+ users support an active user community

3. Power of Choice:

Use Microsoft Dynamics in the cloud or on-premises

4. Expert Partners:

Over 1,200 partners hold the CRM competency in over 82 countries

5. Anywhere Access:

Connect anywhere, anytime from any device, on the go and in the field - true mobile experience

6. Dynamic App Marketplace:

Over 1,200 listings of innovative applications and services built by trusted partners to serve your industry or special need

7. Office Integration:

Native Microsoft Outlook client and embedded Microsoft Office features

8. Sales Force Automation:

Ease of use improves repines times, increases time with customers, shortens sales cycles, and increases close rates

9. Marketing Excellence:

Flexible segmentation tools, intuitive campaign management, robust workflows, and insightful analytics

10. Customer Service:

Happy customers with case management, workflows, dashboards, and knowledge management right with Microsoft Outlook

11. Applies Across Industries:

Construction, manufacturing, distribution, retail, transportation, publishing, finance, insurance, real estate, professional services, education, health care, arts/entertainment, hospitality, nonprofits and government

12. XRM (Anything Relationship Management)

Manage anything with Microsoft Dynamics to improve business relevance and fit, drive operational excellence, and increase business insights

For more information on Microsoft Dynamics click here

What do you make of Microsoft Dynamics? Would it suit your company? Tell us your thoughts below

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