DIY Marketing with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

July 27, 2011 at 11:42 am Leave a comment

With Microsoft Dynamics CRM you can deploy a customer relationship management solution without a huge investment in setup and training.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM enables you to:

  • Manage your customers
  • Have reliable business data at your fingertips
  • Say the right thing to the right customer at the right time
  • Find new customers
  • Build loyalty
  • Use your data to drive sales


ENJOY A FREE 30-DAY TRIAL

No credit card information required for you to get started with this free 30-day trial.

No software installation is needed. Sign in and access your data on a secure website that we’ve reserved just for you! Note: CRM Online requires Internet Explorer 7 or later.

Access your trial directly through a web browser or through Microsoft Office Outlook—the choice is yours, every time you access the service!

During your trial experience, you can:

  • Download extras to customize your trial.
  • View introductory videos and diagrams.
  • See and share tips from other users.
  • Access tutorials and read articles.
  • Visit CustomerSource—our powerful knowledge base for online training, fresh updates, information and resources 24 hours a day.

Activate your subscription at any time during your 30 days to continue using CRM Online beyond the trial period.

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