Spring Release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and Microsoft Dynamics Marketing
Posted on: May 19, 2015 | By: Jim Bertler | Microsoft Dynamics CRM
As you may know, Microsoft Convergence just recently took place back in March – and it’s really exciting for us to see our clients utilizing the new features of Microsoft Dynamics CRM that were announced. We love to see the strides our customers are making using the software updates.
With all of these exciting new features, Microsoft decided to announce even more exciting news; the general availability of the Spring 2015 release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and Microsoft Dynamics Marketing. In the sections to follow, we will dive into a few of the updates released by Microsoft, focusing primarily on the updates to Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Microsoft is working very hard to make sure business productivity is maximized, particularly by linking applications that sales professionals already know how to use and improving them.
CRM App for Outlook – Now Outlook users can create new records directly from Outlook, and can see information regarding sales activities, cases and opportunities for user.
Integrated OneNote and CRM – Now information can be shared even easier amongst salespeople in OneNote, because it will be integrated into Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Users can easily create and look at notes including text, photos, voice memos, spreadsheets and free-form drawings included in an account, opportunity or any record.
Conjoined Excel and CRM experience – Now you can perform analysis in Excel from within Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The time saved by conjoining the two applications has been a lifesaver for salespeople, and can easily complete their work in the sales workflow.
The spring release is creating a smooth user experience across all mobile devices, enabling salespeople to bring their work with them.
Mobile Phone App – Now users can access Microsoft Dynamics CRM from their iPhone, Android and Windows phones. From the app they will utilize the same business process, so there will be no confusion, just consistent processes.
Let us know your thoughts about the Microsoft Dynamics CRM updates, and if you are looking for some help with your business practice , we would be happy to help you get on the correct path!
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