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Monday, March 23, 2015

Dynamics CRM Forecast Management Solution to Improve Productivity

Posted by Armanino Dynamics Team

Armanino recently introduced the Dynamics CRM Forecast Management solution. (Anyone attending Microsoft Convergence 2015 in Atlanta last week might have seen the special sneak peek of a live demo on how this solution works).

The Forecast Management solution enables sales and operations executives to develop detailed sales forecasts. Created to increase productivity, the solution streamlines and automates the forecasting process. With the ability to forecast by customer, product, territory, revenue, opportunity, and parts quantity, the solution allows businesses to establish forecasts from the specific perspectives they need.

Scott Mangelson, Partner and Leader of Armanino’s Microsoft Dynamics CRM practice, commented “We teamed with our Business Intelligence experts to develop the Armanino Forecast Management tool and provide clear visibility into a complex business management process…”

The robust solution, developed for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, is compatible with all Customer Relationship Management solutions, so it fits any organization’s needs.

Read the full article on the Dynamics CRM Forecast Management solution from Accounting Today. Learn more about the Forecast Management solution and other cloud-integrated and add-on solutions from the Armanino Marketplace.

We enable an organization by supporting each stage of your company’s growth by implementing scalable Microsoft Dynamics solutions. As Microsoft Certified solutions experts and Inner Circle Partners, we work to eliminate redundant systems and leverage existing software investments, while keeping your goals for the future in mind.


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