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MTC Announces Availability of Editable Grid System for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and CRM Online
January 20, 2012
Customer relationship Management software can enhance business performance; increase profitability; and increase company growth, but implementing CRM is not easy, as it requires lot of investment of time as well as cost.
In order to save time, reduce clicks and reduce expenditure while using the Microsoft (News - Alert) Dynamics CRM, one can make use of “editable grids,” which consist of a single screen tool that allows users to add, edit, and delete single or multiple CRM field entities in grid format. However, this feature or functionality is not provided out-of-the-box with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. So users will have to either build widgets or write custom code themselves or make use of a toolkit to build editable grid screens in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Recently, Management Technology Consulting (MTC), a Los Angeles, California-based Microsoft Gold Certified - Advanced Dynamics Partner, announced the availability of Editable Grid systems for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and CRM Online.
As Microsoft Gold Certified -- Advanced Dynamics Partner, MTC is focused on selling customizing and implementing Microsoft’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software for small to medium size companies. In addition, it is also the founding and managing partner for a community resource and application store for Dynamics CRM /xRM – Dynamics Exchange.
According to MTC, its Editable Grid systems for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and CRM Online is a collection of Microsoft CRM technology tools applied to specific types of CRM View and sub-grid user problems. More precisely, it is an enterprise-wide custom UI platform and development engineering engine.
Some of the key features offered by MTC’s Editable Grid systems include: in-place editing in any “View” or sub-grid; special function grids; fast Excel-like add and editing feature; innovative QuickBooks-like order management; CRM Menu Sitemap editing across all CRM Entities; Record Copy controls; and more.
As a company specializing in business application development for xRM, MTC has incorporated a familiar native-CRM User improvement out-of-the-box with “Managed Solution” implementation in its Editable Grid systems.
MTC’s Editable Grid systems feature readily available Microsoft CRM “Managed Solution” plug-in tools required to improve an enterprise’s CRM processes. The system is also backed by global 24/7 CRM-exclusive, low-cost, fixed-rate customization services.
MTC’s Microsoft CRM Editable Grid product family includes: Sales Product Editor; Editable Grid: Entry-SMB implementation; Add and Edit Grid; Super Grid; and Super Grid with Spell Check.
The Sales Product Editor is an opportunity, quote, order, invoice product grid editor solution. The Add and Edit Grid allows users to add a new custom View grid to any Entity with Excel-like editing and new-row entry. The Super Grid can transform existing CRM Views and Sub Grids Editable with fast-intuitive Ribbon controls, while the Super Grid with Spell Check is ideal for common business problems.
The Editable Grid system tools are priced starting at $199 USD for Copy Record Set plus one hour of customization support. The Editable Grid for unlimited Users costs $499 USD; the Sales Product Editor costs $749 USD; and the enterprise-class “Super Grid” technology starts at $699 USD.
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Edited by Rich Steeves
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