Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 - Whats New

26th September 2013

Microsoft is due to release the latest version of their top end Customer Relationship Management (CRM) product Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013.

Find out about the new features of Dynamics CRM 2013 in our latest CRM workshop. Discover Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 - What's New  Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 brings in a number of major changes which are designed to deliver a logical flow to sales, marketing and customer services professionals.   A new interface allows users to access their information with a fast and fluid experience on a variety of devices. This release heralds a radical change from previous versions and represents Microsoft's approach of putting people at the centre of their business solutions. Arkom are running the free information session which will demonstrate the new features of Dynamics CRM 2013 and the differences between this and previous Microsoft CRM versions. This session is aimed at any organisation who Have already deployed a Microsoft CRM product (v3, v4 or 2011) and wants to see what the new version could do for them. Want to have better control and use of their customer data but have not yet taken a move to CRM. Are looking at alternatives to their current CRM or customer database. To book a place follow this link - or for further information call John Wiseman at Arkom 0844 375 0742  

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