NEW features requested by our clients have been added to Data8’s flagship database de-duplication product – data8 duplicare™. These include the ability to easily batch de-duplicate yesterday’s new leads and being able to flag known non-duplicates. data8 duplicare™ is also fully compliant with Microsoft Dynamics 365 version 9.1Continue reading “New features added to data8 duplicare™”
About Dynamic Communities
Dynamic Communities is the supporting organization behind the User Group for Dynamics 365 (D365UG®), The User Group for Dynamics AX (AXUG®), the User Group for Dynamics CRM (CRMUG®), the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG®), the User Group for Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV (BCUG/NAVUG™), the Dynamics SL User Group (DSLUG), and the Power BI User Group (PUG). Dynamic Communities is independent of Microsoft; however, our close working relationship positions our groups to be a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.
In addition to exhibiting at the Summit meeting in Phoenix, as a Gold Sponsor, Data8 will be presenting a Partner Showcase on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 3:00 PM. Make a note in your calendar. More details will be posted here nearer to the time. Continue reading “Data 8 to Present Partner Showcase at Summit in Phoenix”
April duplicare™ update
By Mark Carrington
You asked and we delivered! We’ve just delivered our latest update to data8 duplicare™, our premier data deduplication and merge product for Microsoft Dynamics CRM/365. Continue reading “April duplicare™ update”
Two new products from Data8 solves CRM Database’s biggest problem
Research[i] by Marketing Sherpa shows that a B2B database naturally degrades at a rate of 2.1% per month: that’s 22.5%, almost a quarter of the database, over the course of a year. The same research shows that large B2C databases degrade by 3.2% or 32.3% per year! Continue reading “Duplicate records | lower response and increased cost”
So many businesses, big and small, are now using a CRM to better engage with their customers and help retain their relationships with their clients. However, there are also many companies who choose not to use a CRM to manage their client database. Whilst each method may work well, the choice can make it hard to know which route to take.
So, we’re taking a closer look at the positives and negatives to using a CRM and discover whether it’s something you really would benefit from having.
In a world where technology is becoming the preferred way of communication, whether it be via email, text, social media interaction or – for many of us – CRM systems, it helps to know how this platform helps engage clients and business alike. read more >>>
Customer relationship management systems, or CRM as they are more affectionately known as, are the backbone of most companies. They are a multiverse of customer data, call tracking and email tracking just to name a few.
So with all this information in CRM, how can you ensure it’s not hindering your business? What can you do to improve your CRM in order to make the most out of it? read more >>>