Escape from Salesforce: Beware lock-in risks when migrating to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, says one partner



Saving money is the main reason companies should think about making the switch from to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, according to Steve Mordue, CEO of Microsoft partner Forceworks.


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Just to clarify the "20 cents per month for each additional GB" is for SharePoint Storage for users that have connected their CRM to SharePoint for document storage. This is more efficient and economical than storing documents inside CRM.