If you are exploring CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solutions, than no doubt two names that are likely on the top of your list to investigate are Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
At Ledgeview’s CRM Conference last month in Milwaukee, one of the more popular sessions focused around a side-by-side comparison between these two industry leading products. We know that not everyone could make the trek to Milwaukee, Wisconsin so we created video you can watch anytime – anywhere.
This 40 minute session focused on 5+ key areas that are often utilized by typical sales users and gave attendees a glimpse at how sales focused Dynamics CRM or Salesforce users would accomplish a given task in each of these tools.
If you look online for Dynamics CRM vs Salesforce you will get a long list of of website, blog posts and presentations. Most of these just give you a grid that breaks down the pricing comparison or shows a list of features that each offers. But what about actually showing each product doing the same thing? How does the navigation look and feel in each? If I want to utilize dashboards or manage my account and quotes in each how does that differ? – or does it?
Our rock star CRM expert Julinda (also known as ‘The Presenter’) covers five main areas and gives you a live demo of how each area appears and functions within Microsoft Dynamics CRM first and then pops over and does the same thing in Salesforce. This gives you a first-hand look and experience at how to accomplish the same goal using these two different solutions.
The Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs Salesforce video will show you:
Pipeline Management and Sales Process
Account & Activity Management
If this video peaked your interest but you are still not sure which CRM product is best for your company, give Ledgeview Partners a call. We will give you all the information you need to make the best educated decision – and if you want to set up a 30 day free trial of each we can help you take care of that as well.
If you would like to see both these products up-close and talk to product experts in person, we invite you to attend our free seminar on December 10, 2014 in Milwaukee, WI that will focus on Sales Productivity Solutions and showcase Salesforce, Dynamics CRM, Office 365 and Power BI.