Sunday, December 12, 2010

Microsoft Dynamics CRM offering discount on switching to

Microsoft is offering rebate to customers of to make switch to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. This is part of recent Microsoft announcement Cloud CRM for less. There are few benefits which one may like to consider while switching to Microsoft Dynamics CRM:

  • Scalability: One can adjust the changing resource demand with Cloud
  • Reliability: Allow you to focus on business and leave infrastructure maintenance on Cloud
  • Flexibility: Allow you to easily customize as per your business needs
  • Reduced cost: Cloud allows to reduce capital cost, ongoing maintenance cost, license cost etc.
  • Controlled cost: Use base pricing model allows you to control your cost

This is limited time offer and is great time for people who want to switch from to Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

Thanks Anonymous for valuable inputs.


  1. I think you are doing an injustice to your readers. The article title and content suggest you are providing readers with a comparisson between Microsoft Dynamics CRM and CRM. Yet the article doens't provide any real comparisson between the two, or describe why Microsoft should be favored over

    SCALABILITY: CRM is also a scalable architecture, allowing their customers to add additional user licesnes, storage capacity, or sites bandwidth, as needed.

    RELIABILITY: is SaaS solution, all infrastructure in the cloud. You've listed this as a benefit for choosing Microsoft Dynamics CRM, but provided no data to suggest the hosted Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution is more reliable than In fact, I couldn't find any data about the availability of MS Dynamics, whereas Salesforce provides them on their site:

    FLEXIBILITY: allows users to easily customize their CRM implementation, as well.

    REDUCED COST: Here is an area were you could build a case for favoring Microsoft Dynamics CRM, because it DOES have a lower entry price point for users vs. However, it also has less functionality. Salesforce has some compelling features that make it very attractive, even at it's higher price point: Chatter (included unlimited, free chatter licenses for the entire company), the ability to build custom / integrated websites quickly (without any additional software/hardware investment), an enormous library of custom applications available on the Salesforce App Store, significantly better innovation / feature adds year after year, etc.

    I do believe there are some customers who would benefit from implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM (vs, but for none of the reasons you've listed here.

  2. If you’re a new customer to Microsoft CRM Online (US and Canada only), you can also take advantage of the current pricing promotion through December 23rd, 2010. Sign up for a free 30-day trial and a MS CRM rep will call you to give you more details. This link will help:

    Jodi E.
    Microsoft SMB Outreach Team