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Reasons Nonprofits Should Use Microsoft CRM Online (2/5)

November 17, 2009

Reason #2: CRM Online uses the Outlook Calendar

Do you and your colleagues share an Outlook calendar?  Who doesn’t, these days.  Would you and your colleagues like to track selected Outlook activities back to organizations, contacts and projects?  Perhaps you need to track activities with individual major donors, and you want to share this information with others who are working with you.  Or perhaps you want to relate meetings with colleagues to a grant proposal in the works.  Maybe you’re scheduling cultivation meetings on behalf of a board member or and executive at your nonprofit.

Wouldn’t it be great to track all these things on the Outlook calendar, and link Outlook activities to contacts, organizations, proposals or projects?  Linking an Outlook activity takes just a click of the mouse in CRM Online.

To learn more about the $9.99 per user per month special pricing for qualified nonprofit organizations, call us at (800) 322-1049 or contact tim @ is-crm.com.

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