Most businesses can benefit from using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, but a select few can take it a step further by taking advantage of Microsoft Dynamics CRM On-premise which supports CRM projects that are more technical and intricate. There are five key questions you can use to evaluate your organization’s best option for a CRM implementation.
Microsoft stays ahead of the game by providing new releases that have been adding additional functionality to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. These enhancements support greater organizational complexity – more users, departments, countries, and lines of businesses. These changes come with greater platform support as well.
Answering these five questions below will give you a great starting point in determining your needs and which type of implementation, On-premise or Online, will work best for your organization.
How many individuals in your organization will need access to CRM?
Will Microsoft Dynamics CRM be used by one department, or companywide?
Does your current business processes map well to “out of the box” functionality, or will you need to customize the solution?
How much data will be migrated from legacy systems?
Do you have any 3rd party applications that will need to integrate with Microsoft Dynamics CRM?
If you have additional questions or would like to learn more about what Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 can do for your company, please contact us today to set up a “Free Discovery Call” or “Trial” at 636-237-2280 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a high level estimate of your investment in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, please use our “FREE” Microsoft Dynamics CRM Quick Quote Tool”. This tool gives you a great starting point for assessing your potential investment in a World Class CRM Business Solution.
By Stephanie Manning & Michael Ramatowski at Turnkey Technologies, Inc. – Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri Microsoft Dynamics CRM & Microsoft Gold Certified Dynamics GP Partner
August 15, 2013 by Turnkey Technologies, Inc.