PowerObjects Launches New Add-On Solutions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

PowerObjects, a provider of Microsoft Dynamics CRM solutions, has launched two new Dynamics CRM add-on solutions including PowerPhoto and PowerFind.

PowerPhoto lets users drag and drop images (JPG & PNG) onto contact records so they can see who they're working with in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, according to the company. Users can also add this capability to other entities in the system and have the same functionality.

PowerFind lets users easily find people in Microsoft Dynamics CRM. PowerFind gives users a simple interface in CRM to search across accounts, contacts, leads, and campaign responses, the company said. Using the configurable reading pane, users can see the information that's important for each entity on a single screen. PowerFind lets users quickly search and easily navigate making it one of the most valuable screens in a CRM system, the company said.

"These add-on solutions were developed based on the needs and feedback from our customers," said Jim Sheehan, COO of PowerObjects.

The solutions are both available through a free 30-day trial or they can be purchased for just $1 per user through the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace.

PowerObjects adds these tools to a growing list of solutions including PowerSFA, a sales force automation solution based on Dynamics CRM, PowerPack solutions included with their hosted Dynamics CRM service, Portals, and Analytics.

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