Dynamics 365 CRM Fall Newsletter
In This Issue
  • Dynamics 365 App for Outlook - Deploying a New CRM Outlook Experience
  • Managing Your Talent with Dynamics 365
  • Nine Ways to Address CRM Adoption Issues Before They Occur
  • xRM = "Anything" Relationship Management
Nine Ways to Address CRM Adoption Issues Before They Occur

As many top executives and sales managers will attest, getting employees to adopt and embrace a CRM system is much more challenging than identifying and purchasing CRM technology.

Dynamics 365 App for Outlook – Deploying a New CRM Outlook Experience

The Dynamics 365 App for Outlook is finally getting attention and it has taken Dynamics equipped organizations some time to make the move to the new app from the legacy Outlook client add-in. This article includes a dive into app requirements and set-up as well as a few great reasons to make the switch!

Managing Your Talent with Dynamics 365

With Dynamics 365, Microsoft has promised a modular, end-to-end, integrated and secure business applications solution and the recent release of the Dynamics “Talent” module is a brilliant addition. Comprised of three modules or “workloads”, Dynamics 365 for Talent strives to be an employee-centric solution that combines the full spectrum of HR functions.

xRM = "Anything" Relationship Management

PSC's Dynamics 365 xRM solutions approach provides companies the ability to focus on the development of the specific relational business context and management application while allowing the existing Dynamics 365 CRM platform to handle the user interface, core infrastructure, security, and technology stack.

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