- How can an association use CRM with a self-service portal?
- Leveraging CRM Data for Membership Growth Strategies
- The “Our CRM Stinks” user proclamation and the top 3 ways to avoid a stinky CRM
- Math Gone Social
- CRM Confusion: The Double Definition of CRM
- Breaking down CRM options for Associations
- Discussing xRM, Legos, Restaurants on Rothman Tech-Tips
- Top 4 Recent Microsoft Videos Worth Viewing
- Using LEGOs to help explain xRM and the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Platform
- Windows 8 and the Tablet – Getting Stuff Done
- Having My Documents available on any device rounds out cloud computing
- 4 Steps to Improve Data Consolidation Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM
- Data Security Online and Searching for Trusted Technology
- Is Windows 8 Metro Your New CRM Dashboard?
- People Use What Works – Well
- Innovation and xRM
- What if a Car Could Change its Own Oil? – a Cloud Analogy
- Is that an AMS in your pocket?
- Social Tools Allow You to Know All Your Customers Like Your Best Customers
- Does Your CRM Align with Your Process?
- Showing CRM on a Tablet at ASAE Annual Meeting 2011
- Would a Surgeon use a Swiss Army Knife
- Privacy and Securing Sensitive Data in a Shared Enterprise Database
- What Constitutes a Technology Game Changer?
- Ask Why
- Your Next AMS Might Not Be An AMS
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Top 3 design considerations in CRM for “trickle up” benefits When it comes to design, people tend to use what works well. The key word there being “well”. An easy to use CRM (and xRM) system not only increases user … Continue reading
New business solution innovation from unlikely sources by extending Microsoft Dynamics CRM – often called xRM This post focuses on the following questions related to small and large business solution innovation through the use of xRM (eXtended Relationship Management): First, … Continue reading
The Three “M” method to Recognize and Leverage New Technologies Remember in the movie The Graduate when Dustin Hoffman’s character was told: “One word: Plastics”. Chevy Chase was in a movie called Fletch where he said “it’s all ball bearings … Continue reading