CSO Insights analysts gathered 100+ metrics from 1,500+ sales executives to develop insights on three key areas:
• the challenges facing their sales teams
• why those problems exist
• how they are successfully reengineering their teams to overcome those challenges
Based on this data, the whitepaper How to Build a World-Class Sales Organization clearly outlines how to increase productivity and collaboration so reps can spend more time selling.
Amazon Web Services has a long history of successfully supporting Microsoft workloads, with hundreds of thousands of customers across a wide variety of industries running their Microsoft workloads on AWS. Customers have successfully deployed virtually every Microsoft application available on the AWS Cloud, including (but not limited to) Microsoft Office, Microsoft Windows Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SharePoint Server, Microsoft Skype for Business, Microsoft Dynamics products, and Microsoft Remote Desktop Services. This guide covers the benefits of moving Microsoft workloads to the Cloud and how to get started.
Recently the S&P 500 experienced something new: its top four most valuable companies at closing were Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon—all tech companies. It’s a tech world out there, and one increasingly driven by a mastery of mobile. This reality is changing not only consumer expectations, market conditions, and competitive dynamics, but it’s also changing—and challenging— traditional approaches to corporate strategy.
Published By: Microsoft
Published Date: Jul 20, 2018
Earlier this spring, Microsoft announced the Microsoft
Relationship Sales solution, which combines Microsoft’s
Dynamics 365 for Sales and LinkedIn’s Sales Navigator
Enterprise edition, scheduled for availability July 1. Nucleus found
the new solution can drive a productivity increase of 12 to 15 percent for sales
people while accelerating time to close.
Find out how you can convert your pains into profit. Learn how Microsoft Customer Relationship Management (CRM) can help you develop profitable customer relationships. Microsoft CRM uses lead and opportunity management, incident management and a searchable knowledgebase. CRM also makes use of reporting tools for accurate forecasting, measurement of business activity, and employee performance.
Watch this informative webcast as we discuss how the integrated intelligence in Microsoft Dynamics GP and other Microsoft technologies can help improve your company operations by providing business insights to all employees. Learn how you can enable people throughout your organization to make confident, business-critical decisions while minimizing costs.
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.
Get this webcast to discover a customer relationship management (CRM) solution that works the way you do, the way your business does, and the way technology should. We explore how Microsoft Dynamics CRM delivers a familiar Microsoft Office Outlook interface to create a productive work environment. We also illustrate the powerful workflow and integrated reporting capabilities in Microsoft CRM that help you drive business processes and results.
Sound, responsible financial management is at the heart of business success. Download this webcast to learn more about the Microsoft solutions for financial management and business intelligence (BI) that can help you transform your business into a high-performance workplace. We describe how Microsoft business solutions are designed to help you work more efficiently by focusing on the tasks that add the most value to your business and enable you to make more informed decisions based on timely, accurate information.
In this webcast, we discuss how companies excel when they empower their people to drive the business forward. While strategies, organization, motivation, and leadership all set the stage for business success, you also have to give your people the right tools, information, and opportunities to see results—because ultimately success is determined by your people. Learn why we call a business that fosters a winning environment a "people-ready business."
Knowing your customers and their needs as thoroughly as possible is central to any business. And that's the very point of customer relationship management software, sophisticated business software commonly known as CRM. The question is, is CRM for you? This webcast provides an informative discussion around CRM and outlines seven criteria that will help you decide if you are ready for Microsoft CRM.
The business landscape is evolving; the traditional way people work together-in the office or in the field-looks very different today than it did just a couple of years ago. Download this webcast to learn how Microsoft Dynamics CRM empowers you to take advantage of your existing technology investments to extend the reach of your business and enable your mobile workforce to drive better business results.
The people in your organization have access to volumes of information that was once unimaginable. Success or failure can hinge on whether or not people can use this information to make wise decisions quickly. But without the ability to make sense of information, a knowledge gap exists, and the best anyone can do is guess or follow a hunch. Business intelligence helps you decipher and extract meaning from data so you can make informed decisions.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 demonstrated its ability to scale to support the needs of an enterprise organization with a very large customer service database. In a test based on a customer database of over 1 billion records, Microsoft Dynamics CRM was able to achieve sub-second response times using a modest hardware configuration.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 is designed to help enterprise organizations attain a 360-degree view of customers, achieve reliable user adoption, adapt quickly to business change, and accelerate project delivery and returns-all on a platform that provides enterprise levels of scalability and performance. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 addresses the stringent requirements of the enterprise in the areas of performance and scalability, application flexibility, efficient manageability, and network configurability.
Microsoft, together with Unisys Corporation, completed benchmark testing of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 running on the Microsoft Windows Server 2008 operating system with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database software. Benchmark results demonstrate that Microsoft Dynamics CRM can scale to meet the needs of an enterprise-level, mission-critical workload of 24,000 concurrent users while maintaining performance at sub-second response times.
Microsoft has made significant enhancements to the architecture of Microsoft Dynamics® CRM 4.0 to improve network performance. Test results demonstrate network bandwidth utilization improvements of up to 94%. Improvements were evaluated in the number of round trips, bytes sent, and bytes received. Because the bandwidth utilization associated with a page can change after the first time the page is loaded, both initial (cold) and subsequent (warm) page loads were tested.
The 2010 Top 20 ERP Vendor Report reveals: The Top 20 ERP software providers you should consider; Highlights of each vendor's strengths in accounting, manufacturing, supply chain management, and more; Vendor background and contact information to get you started; How the right ERP software can simplify processes and reduce production costs.
Covering All Points of Attack. As the availability of product and service information on the Internet grows, both the providers and receivers of service have larger networks through which to communicate, interact and transact.
This report reveals how Best-in-Class firms distinguish themselves from all others by routinely benchmarking and measuring their service performance; implementing effective measuring, monitoring and tracking systems; integrating service KPIs with company-wide CRM or ERP systems, wherever possible; and establishing a formal process for automatically collecting and disseminating data.
As global employment prospects lag behind a slow economic recovery, customers in many parts of the world are more cautious and better informed than ever. They have access to a wealth of information about the products and services they seek, much of it obtained from trusted sources almost immediately. Yet businesses have moved slowly to exploit emerging technologies and information sources like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. As a result, customers often seem better informed about the products and services they buy than companies are about their customers. This imbalance presents a big challenge to companies struggling to avoid commoditisation and it could grow into a competitive disadvantage as customers demand more personalized service.
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