iPhone users seeking access to their Microsoft Dynamics CRM software via their phone now have the iDcrm app available for free on Apple’s App Store.
According to the makers you can manage, display and schedule your activities and those of your colleagues. You can access data related to each entity e.g. on an account you have access to related contacts, opportunities, activities and more.
The application works on- and offline.
Details about the app can be found here.
This July Technology Management hosts a seminar that explores how your business can go about developing a customer relationship management (CRM) strategy and how to figure out whether investing in software can be justified.
In addition, we’ve invited a customer along from a leading engineering company to share her experiences with adopting Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
The seminar is on Thursday 9th July in Wolverhampton and is free to sign up here.
Finding and keeping profitable customers is going to get tougher for a lot of businesses over the coming year or two.
Nathan Smith, Technology Management's CRM consultant, has put together some quick customer relationship management (CRM) strategies your business can adopt to insulate you from the worst of the economic downturn.
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