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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0

Cobweb is offering our CRM customers improved business benefit through a truly flexible range of professional services. Working with an approved Microsoft CRM solution expert, we can help you effectively plan and deliver your CRM strategy and precise needs. Rapid deployment by our CRM solution consultants will allow you to gain increased functionality from the application and maximise your return on investment.

The range of Professional Services includes:

  • QuickStart implementation package comprising five days of business analysis, customisation and training, to suit your needs, on the customer’s premises. Within this, there is a menu of useful services, such as data migration, to compliment the skills you may already have in-house.
  • A full CRM solution implementation service that includes a detailed analysis of your business needs and a suite of activities, from complex workflows and web services to bespoke tailored training, and everything in-between.
  • Ad-hoc consultancy and application support, buy what you need, when you need it, from single days of training to application support packages, you can draw down as required

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