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Faced with a difficult choice between packaged software and custom development, IT organizations are forced to compromise on capabilities, budget, and delivery time for LOB applications. Microsoft Dynamics CRM is designed to help your enterprise get the best of both worlds with a flexible platform that rapidly accelerates application delivery. Whether you have custom LOB applications built on .NET or need to get a handle on the Access-based applications which have proliferated in your organization, the time to consider Microsoft Dynamics is now.
Here are just a few of the solutions which Microsoft Dynamics supports:
– Case Management
– Contact Center / 311
– Correspondence Tracking
– Field Inspections
– Funds & Grant Management
– Task Management
– License / Certification Tracking
The morning sessions will provide an overview of the Dynamics application architecture and demonstrate integration with other familiar Microsoft technologies such as the Office system, Visual Studio, Microsoft .NET Framework and SQL Server. You’ll hear about and see examples of Government solutions build on the CRM platform.
Don’t miss the chance to help your agency solve the biggest request of the economic downturn: “How can your team do more with less and do it quicker?” Microsoft Dynamics CRM can help.
This event is free and will be hosted at the Microsoft Tempe Office. Lunch will not be provided, however, there are dining options nearby.
***Space is limited for this event. Please register today!
Marc Schweigert, CRM Technology Solution Specialist, Microsoft
David Baliles, Developer Platform Evangelism, Government Sector, Microsoft
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Notice to all U.S. government employees (including Military and Public Education personnel)
Due to applicable government gift and ethics rules, Microsoft cannot provide government employees with “giveaways” of Microsoft products or other items of value. In an effort to comply with these rules, Microsoft will not be providing any food during this event. Further information on Microsoft compliance with U.S. government gift and ethics rules can be found here.