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If you are in the market for a new or updated CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system, it’s a safe guess that Microsoft Dynamics CRM has made it to the top of your shortlist.
There are many places you can look for information about Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM’s features, benefits, etc.
Here on the CRM Software Blog, there is abundant information about how Dynamics 365/CRM can automate and enhance your business processes, provide insight for successful decision-making, and provide your employees with tools that will be familiar and intuitive.
But there is something else you can find here on the CRM Software Blog, and that is the price you can expect to pay, including software, implementation, and ongoing costs. And it only takes a minute!
getting a Quick Quote is as easy as 1-2-3:
- On the right-hand side of each page of the ERP Software Blog, you’ll see an orange bar labeled: Request Instant Quote Dynamics 365/CRM. Click on the orange bar, and you’ll be taken to the Quick Quote form.
- Fill in some basic information about your company and your CRM needs and provide your contact information. Click “Continue” to submit the form.
- Now just wait a minute and watch your inbox. You will receive an instant, automated Dynamics 365 Quick Quote outlining license and estimated services costs for an entire CRM project.
You get all of this without spending time on the phone with a Microsoft Dynamics partner, not to mention long meetings with sales executives.
With this proposal in hand, you can begin to make an independent and informed decision about the viability of these products for your company. And if it looks like a fit, then you can invite a local partner to meet with you whenever you’re ready.
Find a Microsoft Dynamics 365CRM partner in your area.
The quote is non-binding, and there’s no obligation on your part; the Quick Quote information and price quote is a free service that we offer to our readers.
The Quick Quote Wizard is easy, and it’s free. Got a minute? Try it now.
By CRM Software Blog Writer, www.crmsoftwareblog.com