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Re: Microsoft Trumpets First CRM Upgrade
Posted by: Robyn Weisman 2003-12-17 17:59:40
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Microsoft has released the latest version of Microsoft CRM in North America, the first revision of the product since its January 2003 introduction. Holly Holt, group product manager for Microsoft CRM, told CRM Buyer that version 1.2 is available in Standard and Professional editions and comes with a choice of sales modules, customer-service modules or a suite containing both. While the cost of CRM 1.2 varies depending on different organizations' volume licensing agreements with Microsoft, Holt said, the Professional Edition starts at less than $1,000 per seat.

Re: Microsoft Trumpets First CRM Upgrade
Posted by: CRM Consultant 2004-05-22 21:28:17 In reply to: Robyn Weisman
Targeting the small businesses that want to get into the CRM game - with the requirements of both affordable, scalable and easy to use - Microsoft CRM v1.2 and Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 is an outstanding bundle to invest in!
We are helping small businesses even one with just 7 employees implement using this solution. Their immediate response is that Microsoft CRM is so easy to learn and use! And this is just a v1.2 version. Imagine a year from now!!!
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