Today’s article is listed under Tuesday SEO even if it’s not strictly related to search engine optimization. However, in the last months, it’s clear that for companies SEO is translated into lead generation and an increase in Sales. Not only that, but social has gain more credentials, as well.
Just as this resource page from UXC Eclipse shows, Dynamics CRM is a system widely used across tens of countries in the world. Considering it is a Microsoft product, we sort of expected to see this, right?
Who Uses Dynamics CRM
Remember my case study last year and how I used Google+ to grow my personal brand? Imagine that companies don’t want to grow just an online brand, but also to connect with their target audiences and generate leads. For many of them, “leads” are translated into “conversions”. When you’re doing business online, especially in e-commerce, you need a reliable CRM system. Dynamics CRM might just be the one. So who uses it?
Basically, everyone from Government, to Non-profits, companies in industries such as Hospitality, Real Estate, Healthcare, Education, Insurance, Finance, Publishing, Retail, Manufacturing and more. Check out #11 in the infographic for the entire list.
How Companies See ROI
The ROI of a system or tool is just as important as the Sales process. Now, there’s no news that a company should weight its expenses and cut down the unnecessary. However, investing from the inside out can’t get healthier than this.
Here’s the deal: investing in a CRM solution will cut costs in the long run. You need an efficient working system that ensures your customers receive their order, can leave feedback, reviews. A system that allows you to build a community, to maintain relationships with your customers and to gain new ones. A system that works. Dynamics CRM might work or not for your business, that’s why it’s best to try them all before purchasing a yearly subscription. Usually, every CRM solution comes with a 30-days trial version, almost fully functional, that allows the client to make the purchase decision.
Or better yet, go for oldies but goldies.
12 Reasons Companies use Dynamics CRM
With software translations in over 40 languages and a community of over 30,000 active customers in more than 80 countries, what better reason is there? The 12th reason is strictly related to a community of people who know it, use it and own it. To add more, you can’t join the Community of Dynamics CRM unless you sign up with a username. There are also over 2 million active users that support the community and more than 1,200 Microsoft partners spreading the news about Dynamics CRM. UXC Eclipse is also among them, fyi.
Dynamics CRM also offers both on-premise and in-cloud versions, updates constantly and is mobile friendly. The tool is responsive and synced with all other Microsoft apps, including Outlook, Office 365 and more Office integration options. Dynamics also offers a dynamic sales environment, with flexible marketing integration, customer service and pretty much anything relationship management related.
Check out this cool Infographic and don’t forget to sign up for more email updates, and share the love for CRM with your social connections.