A New Year Comparison Between Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce
Posted on: January 22, 2019 | By: Guy Logan | Microsoft Dynamics CRM
The new year is finally here and it’s time to start diving into those New Year Resolutions! In 2019, we should strive to create a work environment that is as efficient and as consistent as possible. Although Salesforce has been a leading CRM solution for years, there are a few reasons why it may not be the best investment for the future. Microsoft Dynamics 365 is an excellent switch because of its many benefits that will help you reach those 2019 goals.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 is significantly less expensive per user than Salesforce, while also offering customizations and integration between other Dynamics 365 platforms. Dynamics 365 gives you the opportunity to gain more from one license such as Sales, Marketing, and Service.
Compatibility with other Microsoft software makes your work day more efficient when implementing a new CRM system that may be slightly similar to software your organization is currently using. Does your organization currently use programs like Excel, Outlook, or SharePoint? Dynamics 365 syncs and integrates your workplace into one.
On-Premises and Cloud Deployment
Microsoft Dynamics 365 also offers on-premises and cloud deployment options unlike Salesforce, which only offers a cloud-based solution. With both options available, this gives you the opportunity to determine which deployment option is best for your organization.
Real Time Data
Within Microsoft Dynamics 365, users can create their own role-based dashboards which provide real time data. Dynamics 365 CRM offers customizations to improve the user experience (UX) and ultimately puts them ahead of Salesforce.
Are you interested in taking the plunge and implementing a CRM software like Microsoft Dynamics 365? Contact Logan Consulting, your Chicago based Microsoft Partner for a consultation today!
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