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Reasons Nonprofits Should Use Microsoft CRM Online (1/5)

November 16, 2009

Calling all nonprofit professionals:  This week, our blog will focus on the top  5 Reasons to consider Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online for your nonprofit organization.  Look for a new reason each day, and if you’d like to take advantage of special $9.99 per user per month pricing for qualified nonprofit organizations, call us at (800) 322-1049 or send an e-mail to tim @ is-crm.com.

Looking for a database to share with colleagues?  Over the past year we’ve worked with many new users in the nonprofit sector, and here are some of the top reasons they’ve rolled out Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online to improve their effectiveness of their nonprofit organization.

1. Reason #1:  CRM Online is cost-effective

Now more than ever educational institutions and nonprofit organizations need to watch their budgets. Special pricing for the nonprofit sector makes Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online the least expensive solution for sharing data among colleagues.   Contacts, projects, and organizations and activities are typical things that nonprofit professionals need to share with their colleagues.

Microsoft CRM Online users never need to leave Outlook because CRM Online integrates fully with Microsoft Office.  Your users are already pretty familiar with Outlook, Word and Excel, so even your training for Microsoft CRM Online would be less involved than other competitive products.  Qualifying nonprofits can deploy CRM Online for as little as $9.99 per user per month.

To see if you qualify for $9.99 per user per month NFP pricing for Microsoft CRM Online, call us at (800) 322-1049 or by email tim @ is-crm.com.

 

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