Dynamics 365 CRM Newsletter 2018 Vol 2
In this issue
  • New Dynamics 365 Sales Professional License Fits Sales Requirements and Budgets
  • Is My Prospect Ignoring Me?
  • Dynamics 365 Formula and Recipe Management
  • Capture LinkedIn InMail Activity in Dynamics 365
New Dynamics 365 Sales Professional License Fits Sales Requirements and Budgets

With the April release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales, we were finally introduced to the long-awaited “less than full-fledged” sales user license for Dynamics 365.

Is My Prospect Ignoring Me?

The new Dynamics 365 Email Engagement feature set provides insight into areas that may be a sales “dark hole” currently and shed light on methods to engage with quiet prospects.

Dynamics 365 Formula and Recipe Management

PSC’s proven formula and recipe management solution that helps food and beverage producers eliminate spreadsheets and inefficient processes by tracking raw materials, formulations and the entire packaging hierarchy from ideation to launch is available on the familiar, easy to use Microsoft platform.

Capture LinkedIn InMail Activity in Dynamics 365

With the Dynamics 365 Sales Navigator integration*, “InMail” can now be tracked as an activity like a phone dial.

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