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As Microsoft continues to reinvent itself and forge ahead as THE leader in the business apps ecosystem, one of the developments that stands out as a source of great excitement
Microsoft has taken another jump forward with predictive analytics and machine learning with Customer Insights which provides a holistic 360-degree view of the customer.
There are countless scenarios in which Dynamics 365 and PowerScore can work to your marketing advantage. In this scenario, we’ll set up a PowerScore Rule
Excel templates are a fantastic option for analyzing and presenting Dynamics 365 data in a repeatable manner – learn how to present your data in this blog.
Today, we will only worry about marketing automation platforms. The applications must be feature rich and most importantly have an organizational strategy centered on Microsoft Dynamics 365 and bridging the gap between marketing and sales teams.
Do you want to know how to begin nurturing leads as soon as a webform submission is sent? Here’s how PowerWebForm and PowerNurture can help when successfully linking to one another.
In the Dynamics 365 for Marketing July 2017 Update, Microsoft has added the Event Management module that builds on existing marketing capabilities to help event organizers plan, manage, and process events.
If you’re lucky enough to have so many leads you don’t know where to focus your attention, then lead scoring is for you. In a nutshell, lead scoring allows you
Marketing Automation and CRM for Dynamics 365 are kind of like the perfect couple. They just naturally fit together. That’s why, here at PowerObjects, we tend to geek out a
Feeling the struggle of generating leads through digital marketing? You’re not alone and we’re here to help! Because potential customers are constantly bombarded with digital ads, to stand out and
In theory, your marketing and sales departments should be one big happy family. In reality, it can seem more like siblings who love each other but have some major differences.