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Overcoming Business Challenges with Microsoft Dynamics

I recently contributed to Nigel Frank’s new white paper, Overcoming Business Continuity Challenges with Microsoft Dynamics, which has over 65 pages of advice and best practices from Microsoft Dynamics experts and MVPs.  547 more words

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Call Recording (SIPRec) as a service helps you to modernize your recording service and simplify it by a shift to the cloud

Call Recording as a function helps you to modernize your recording service and simplify it by a shift to the cloud.

Our ready to use function allows you to streamline your development process and get the building blocks you need to create a state-of-the-art solution in short time.

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Top 5 End-User Takeaways from Anderson Frank's Annual NetSuite Salary Survey

Findings from the latest Anderson Frank Salary Survey paint a bright picture of NetSuite’s future, but what do they mean for NetSuite customers?

Those who are familiar with the cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) model for deploying business applications can readily understand that demand for these solutions has been on a steady upward climb. 965 more words

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How HubSpot Is Recalibrating Customer, Partner and Employee Experience

COVID-19 has disrupted “business as usual” for companies of all sizes and shapes. As the initial shock and awe start to subside, business decision-makers must figure out how they need to adjust customer, partner and employee engagement strategies amidst ongoing uncertainty. 893 more words

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Software-as-a-Service

Software-as-a-Service commonly known as SaaS is a software that is centrally hosted and managed for the end customer. It allows users to connect and use cloud-based apps over the Internet. 293 more words

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The Age of Funeral Home Software

Let’s face it: Covid-19 has reshaped the landscape of how we do business. Funeral home software is no longer a convenience as much as it is a necessity. 914 more words

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