In this D365 In Focus video, we walk through the Sales Tool Belt app created by PowerObjects. Learn how this app is perfect for sales teams who travel!
With this data readily available to us we can now begin to understand more about how long it takes to move through a business process flow from start to finish.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “how do Dynamics 365 for Sales and Dynamics 365 for Financials really work together?” Well, wonder no more because PowerObjects and Boyer & Associates
Are you in sales? Are you overwhelmed with keeping track of your documents? Are you sending contracts to multiple countries and about to lose your mind with all the currencies
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
One of the most easily customizable features of Microsoft Dynamics 365 is the Dashboards function. They are fun, insightful, and can be tailored to your personal business needs. An entire
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
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.
It’s important to some organizations to give their sales team visibility into past invoices. This helps them analyze trends and predict the future needs of their customers. This invoice data
A visual representation of business processes can add value to any organization, whether it’s about working a sales opportunity to close or assisting customers through a support issue. Business process
Competition is good; it motivates, it makes us better, and weeds out poorly executed ideas or plans. But sometimes competition within different business departments can be harmful to the business
Congratulations, you’ve got leads! Now what do you do with them? That is an excellent question, and one that we’ll discuss today. First, let’s define a lead as someone who