Growing Pains: How to Adapt Microsoft Dynamics CRM to Your Changing Business

Have you outgrown your implementation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 or 2015? Perhaps it is getting to cumbersome to manage, has too big of a database, too many users, the data is bogging down the system, or other problems?  Are you missing integration with your other systems? What do you do?

Spoiler alert: you keep using it!

But not the same way as you have been. Dynamics CRM is a great product, but like any product, it has to be designed and scoped for the purpose at hand. If you started using CRM when you had twenty five users, there is a zero percent chance you can keep using it as-is when you reach 1,000 users without any modifications.


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About Brian Sallee

A serial entrepreneur, technology executive, expert on Microsoft business technology, Brian has founded variety of businesses including a web hosting company he founded & sold, a software company, and a successful managed services provider (MSP). He is a frequent presenter at conferences, events, webinars and author of Invisibilify: cloud computing and it's impact on business, which can be found on Amazon. 

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