Organizations big and small, across all industries, are refocusing on customer care strategies. Does your customer care strategy take you the distance?
In this Spring Update webinar series for Dynamics 365, we’re pulling in our experts from around the globe to showcase the most exciting changes!
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.
We are excited to announce the latest addition to the PowerPack Add-on family, PowerChat! If you haven’t heard, we have released a brand new PowerPack Add-on to change the way
You may have noticed that we offer two PowerPack marketing add-ons focused around email communication. In this blog, we will compare our Add-ons PowerEmail and PowerMailChimp and discuss the benefits
Microsoft Social Engagement is a tool designed for listening, analysis, and engagement. All around social and all in one place. It provides customer service teams, marketing teams, and sales teams an
So you’ve just used theme functionality in Dynamics CRM to put your company’s logo up in the navigation bar, but you’re not sure how to match the color of the
Are your sales and marketing teams stuck in individual silos? At PowerObjects, we use Microsoft Dynamics CRM to join our teams together with one goal: Lead Generation. Leads are the
Our PowerObjects blog is probably one of the BEST Dynamics CRM blogs in the community, and in 2016, we gave it an extreme makeover! Featuring a better user experience, related
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.