Understanding Microsoft's Social Intelligence Alliance with InsideView for Dynamics CRM

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InsideView CEO Umberto Milletti

For an ISV in the Microsoft Dynamics channel, it doesn't get much better than Microsoft putting a version of your product directly into the new release.  Sales intelligence vendor InsideView becomes the most recent beneficiary of such an agreement, with its new "Social Intelligence Alliance" that both companies promoted at Convergence 2012.  For Microsoft, InsideView offers a reasonably quick way to add social CRM dimensions to its basic solution without slowing down to build out their own vision from scratch.  For InsideView, it allows them to push even further into the Dynamics customer base, which, CEO Umberto Milletti tel

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