Zero In, Win Faster and Sell More with Dynamics CRM

Watch a video about Microsoft Dynamics CRM that provides an overview of the application of CRM in the sales process, helping you to zero in, win faster and sell more.


Did you realise that Microsoft Dynamics CRM was this simple and effective to streamline your sales and marketing?

Discover how you can zero in, win faster and sell more with Microsoft Dynamics CRM today:

Office 2013: Make sure it’s the Professional Plus version for PowerPivot

For Microsoft Dynamics NAV and CRM Reporting & Analysis

Microsoft Office 2013 is released and on the shelves. Be careful though – as to which version you buy – as Microsoft have introduced some restrictions designed to move users to better Office versions. The latest discovery is that more restrictive Office 2013 licensing affects the version at which you can install its PowerPivot business reporting tool.

Professional Plus for Powerpivot for Microsoft Dynamics NAV and CRM

Microsoft made PowerPivot, its easiest to use data-analytics reporting technology, available for use by anyone with any edition of Excel 2010 by installing the PowerPivot for Excel add-in. With Excel 2013, only those with the Office Professional Plus version of Office 2013 will have full access to Excel 2013's PowerPivot capabilities.

So if you are one of the many Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Dynamics CRM users that have used Excel for reporting on your sales or manufacturing data via an analysis services ‘cube’ you need to make sure you get at least the Professional Plus version of Microsoft Office 2013.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV & CRM go mobile!

Now on your iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows mobile devices.

Now that we are all used to consuming information on the move it’s frustrating when we cannot access key business systems such as Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Dynamics CRM.

The trouble is that the apps that have been available to date have only published very limited information – and almost all business needs include more than just simple standard fields.

Now finally there is a solution that allows you to enquire, and update, Microsoft Dynamics NAV and CRM from your iPad or iPhone, Android phone or tablet, Windows phone or Microsoft Surface – in fact any device you can think of except Blackberry (where the graphics are not strong enough).

Microsoft Dynamics CRM on the move with an app from Rescoe and Technology Management
It’s called Resco (simply search for it in your apps store and download it) and the good news is the standard client is free. There is some work to do at the server end before it can connect though. Resco make money by having chargeable, premium versions that first allow you to customise the screens and then, via .NET, change almost anything in the same way as you are used to doing
with Microsoft Dynamics NAV and CRM.

So the next time someone rings in to the office to ask for anything from a phone number to a customer balance or check if an item is in stock, tell them that if Resco was implemented they would be able to find it on their smartphone.

P.S. Microsoft do not have mobile apps on their roadmap except for a very simple iPad app for Dynamics CRM next year.