Microsoft Dynamics CRM workflows are an amazing tool. They allow for simple, or complex automation of tasks within Dynamics CRM that can make an incredible difference to an organisation. Once they’re established, they will work away in the background, completing tasks whilst you concentrate your efforts on other things.
So your club is on the front edge of fan engagement and installed a loyalty program for your ardent supporters. Congratulations, this is a great step in rewarding your fans, while hoping to nudge their behaviors and capturing some key data for your marketing, operational or ticket sales efforts.
It seems that everywhere you turn, businesses are offering you opportunities to join their loyalty programs. As we know from personal experience, the benefits of joining these programs often outweigh the negatives.
Microsoft Dynamics is a highly flexible application that will fit your unique business requirements. It was a difficult choice, but view our five reasons you should choose Microsoft Dynamics as your CRM solution.
We love our friends in the visitor attractions industry and from many sports from cricket to American Football, but right now it’s football we’re getting excited about as we await the start of the 2015/16 season and the last flurry of summer spending. This got us thinking… what signings can we make in the marketing department to help us as we head forward into the new season?
A guest blog entry by Dynamics Feed. As we all settle into the new 2015 Spring Wave update to CRM, we thought it would be good to look back to see how CRM 2015 has brought Microsoft Dynamics’ sales and marketing solution on from CRM 2013.
As the leading sports franchise in the world, Real Madrid has a lot to brag about, including more than 100 championships and a passionate fan base. But what the football club didn’t have was a way to directly engage with its 450 million global supporters. That changed when it implemented a comprehensive technology solution based on the Microsoft Cloud platform.
We’re living in a data revolution. Everyday life is run by data wherever we go. From computers and smartphones to buildings, buses, factories, television, banking, now even our wrist watch is connected. The modern world is very much data driven and we’re experiencing some huge benefits as a result.