Back in 2016, Microsoft introduced its intentions to refresh its CRM and ERP strategy with Dynamics 365. At the heart of its services was the Common Data Model (CDM). While many called it "out of the box," Microsoft knew bigger plans were coming.
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Technology should assist in making life easier, simpler, and improve productivity for not only you, but your entire team. Microsoft Power BI is now delivering another opportunity for heightened productivity by making it easy to start visualizing data in Excel tables and CSV files.
Not only will you be able to utilize this tool for personal productivity, but you will also be able to share the data and findings easily with the rest of your team -- allowing everyone to benefit from the conclusions and next steps.
Have you noticed how the same cliche questions always get asked at job interviews — over and over again? Whether it is where you will be in five years or what you consider to be your biggest weakness, while the questions may be trivial, they do give interviewers clues to better knowing you.
The same thing could be said about programming questions, such as "What are the main principles of Object-Oriented Programming?" It is a great opportunity to determine:
Microsoft Ignite took place September 24-28, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. During the conference, Microsoft has made big announcements about new features and products across a variety of business areas.
Today’s IT department must not only be skilled in their craft, but also work regularly with both internal and external customers. Is your IT team prepared for this new trend?
Time is money in the world of hiring. The difference of a few days could mean the difference between your perfect candidates being available for hire or no longer on the market. This is especially apparent when recruiting technical candidates who are currently experiencing heightened interest in a demanding labor market. Any opportunity to further integrate your hiring process is beneficial to your hiring team.
The battle between technology and the humans who use it has accelerated companies’ inability to deliver excellence to clients, partners and prospects. Why? Because they’re relying on inaccurate and poor data and systems.
The goal of a sales department is straightforward: make revenue for the company with new and current clients. Salespeople must be fast and efficient with finding leads, qualifying them, then closing the sale…something much easier said than done. One of the most valuable assets for business leaders and sales departments is time and, unless the laws of physics have changed, everyone gets the same 24 hours per day. Bottlenecks and hurdles occur more often than expected, eating into your day.
If you’re a salesperson, I know what you might be thinking when you hear the phrase, “marketing automation”: “What’s in it for me?” The answer is “a lot!” Though they are sometimes at odds over their methods, marketing and sales really do have the same goal in mind…to increase revenue and profit for the company.
Investing in a new technology platform comes with time, learning and trial and error. However, the benefits of adding a system, such as marketing automation, to your organization is worth the investment. These investments, when fully implemented and adopted, can produce an impressive return on investment. They allow organizations to better personalize their efforts with customers and improve their actions moving forward.