October 27, 2010
Data Reduction Systems Opts for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
By Raju Shanbhag
Looking to simplify its data sharing methods, Data Reduction Systems, an information management solutions company, has opted for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft (News - Alert) has announced in a press release.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 will build out the product’s end-user and customer experiences with a series of enhancements. It allows the users to take full advantage of native Outlook functionality including previews and conditional formatting.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM provides features such as a familiar user interface, a flexible development platform and interoperability with other Microsoft technologies, including Microsoft Office. Data Reduction Systems has also benefitted from experienced and knowledgeable Microsoft partners, Microsoft announced. The next generation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM is currently in beta and will drive the power of productivity through familiar, intelligent and connected experiences.
“We help our customers increase productivity and drive business growth," said Brad Wilson, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Product Management Group. "Customers consistently tell us they select Microsoft Dynamics CRM over competing solutions because of its broad capabilities, powerful process management features and outstanding user experiences.”
After evaluating the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 beta, Data Reduction Systems is excited about the potential it offers, the company stated. Apart from offering customized look and feel, the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 beta also provides features like new dashboards. The company can now quickly and easily get insight into sales operations and make better-informed decisions as it performs lot of account sharing. The fact that Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Microsoft SharePoint work together seamlessly has also been a bane for the company, stated Data Reduction Systems.
Recently, Microsoft opened the door on the beta release of this product for cloud-based and on-premises deployments. This key-turning marks the worldwide entry of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online service from Microsoft's global data centers, and it will be released to customers and hosting partners as Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. The beta for the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online service will be available in eight languages and 36 markets.Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Tammy Wolf