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Benefits of Customer Relationship Management for Government Contractors

Dynamics CRM for Government Contractors is designed to help government contractors track their sales and marketing activities, leading to great productivity for business development. 

Here are some of the goals that our clients are achieving with this solution:
  • Making the sales pipeline visible to managers
  • Creating reminders for sales activities
  • Defining which opportunities to discuss at sales meetings
  • Helping people learn from account activity
  • Providing background information for bid/no bid meetings
  • Managing proposal writing processes
  • Managing proposal review processes
  • Streamlining reporting
  • Offering one centralized source for accurate information
  • Running marketing campaigns
Our clients have chosen Microsoft Dynamics CRM because:
  • Integration with Outlook, SharePoint and Microsoft Office
  • May be deployed on premise, hosted or in the cloud
  • Less expensive the competitive CRM software
  • Wide support
    • Over 27,000 customers from small to enterprise     
    • Over 1,700,000 users in more than 80 countries
    • Multi-language support with 25 languages
    •  Full CRM suite of marketing, sales and services
    •  Native Office experience for rapid adoption
    •  Advanced Web services/SOA platform and architecture
    • Large developer base

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