Archive for the ‘Microsoft Dynamics CRM’ Category

Integration of CRM and ERP Software Key to Maximizing ROI

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

Independently, Contact Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions provide enormous benefit in growing and maintaining a business. On the surface, they are vastly different solutions, serving very different purposes. While CRM is an “outbound” solution helping in handling customer accounts, enabling you to provide personalized attention to clients, and managing resource needs out to that organization, ERP systems track business resources within your organization such as cash, raw materials, and production capacity as well as the status of business commitments such as orders, purchase orders, and payroll.

It’s easy to see why traditionally CRM and ERP systems have been considered separate solutions. (more…)

Dynamics CRM Sessions at Convergence 2014

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

There are more than 100 Dynamics CRM Sessions at Convergence 2014!  Convergence 2014 with LBMC Technologies

Microsoft has gone all out to make sure you leverage your CRM investment by providing more than 100 informative Dynamics CRM sessions at Convergence 2014. So plan ahead in order to be strategic! (more…)

Dynamics GP Sessions at Convergence 2014

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Convergence 2014 with LBMC TechnologiesThere are hundreds of sessions to choose from at Convergence 2014, and Microsoft does not disappoint when it comes to Dynamics GP product-specific topics.  There are 86 informative sessions in just 4 days, so plan ahead to be strategic! Peruse the list to see which ones you want to attend.  Too impatient?  Use Microsoft’s session search instead.  For all you perusers out there, here’s the list: (more…)

Join LBMC Technologies at Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2014

Thursday, January 9th, 2014

Convergence 2014 with LBMC TechnologiesWe invite you to join LBMC Technologies at Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2014!  Microsoft’s biggest event of the year returns to the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia, March 4 – 7.

The event promises to deliver exciting keynote speakers, informative sessions, and great entertainment (GRAMMY Award®-winning band, Fun. is performing!). (more…)

LBMC Technologies Admitted to 2013 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Presidents Club Microsoft Dynamics 2013LBMC Technologies is proud to announce the company has been admitted to the 2013 President’s Club for Microsoft Dynamics.

The Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club represents a group of high-performing Microsoft Dynamics partners from around the globe, whose commitment to customers is reflected in their high level of business and growth. Among Microsoft Dynamic’s global network of partners, this distinguished group represents the top five percent worldwide who reach key business goals while maintaining a commitment to achieving exceptional levels of customer satisfaction and an active pursuit of product and technological innovation.

“LBMC is thrilled to be recognized for another year as one of the top performing Microsoft Dynamics partners of 2013,” states Stacy Schuettler, President of LBMC Technologies. “Our dedicated team will continue striving to achieve the highest level of commitment to our customers’ IT and business software needs.”


Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce Comparison

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce Comparison A new era of Customer Relationship Management, or “CRM” as most people know it, has emerged.  This new era is characterized by businesses that define the relationships that are most important to them, mold the application to their specific needs, and configure an application that works for them.

In this new era, CRM software goes further and focuses on relationship management. Also referred to as “XRM,” because the X factor can mean any relationship important for a business to manage information around.

The CRM Software Blog compared two of the major CRM software applications on the market today, Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce, on the following factors: choice and flexibility, cost, ownership of data, ease of use, access to CRM and Email, scope and support, the future and Investments, and SaaS versus In-House.


Integrating Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Intacct

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

IntegratorPlus - Mircrosoft Dynamics CRM and Intacct Integration Extend your cloud solutions by delivering preconfigured integrations between Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Intacct with IntegratorPlus.


IntegratorPlus is a subcription-based cloud solutions built on the Microsoft Azure Platform that allows users to harness the power of both Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Intacct. Critical data, such as customer, customer address, inventory, pricing, sales order, and sales invoice information, can be transferred so that updates in one systems will instantly update the other.


Where to Begin Your Microsoft Dynamics BI Journey

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

Where to Begin Your Microsoft Dynamics BI JourneyFor Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM solution owners with zero business intelligence (BI) investment, today’s options for getting started with business intelligence (BI) and reporting can seem daunting.

There are plenty of high quality BI and reporting solutions designed to integrate easily with Dynamics and the Microsoft stack and take advantage of the latest trends in Big Data, mobile, collaboration, and more. But without well defined, executive-sponsored goals and objectives, an investment in a state-of-the-art BI solution can go nowhere.

So where should a newcomer start in today’s market? According to an article from Microsoft Dynamics World, experts Microsoft and in the Dynamics partner channel tend to agree that first steps toward basic BI and reporting experience should begin with an effort to use the data reporting tools of the Microsoft stack.


Microsoft Dynamics CRM vs. Microsoft SharePoint

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

Dynamics CRM vs Sharepoint How do Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics CRM stack up? SharePoint is an enterprise platform for many different information applications and uses. Microsoft Dynamics CRM is also a powerful enterprise application. So, which is most appropriate for your business needs?

When comparing the two applications, it is important to take the strengths of each product into consideration. The strengths will be applicable to your needs. Below we will share the similarities, the strengths, and how they can be deployed together.


Convergence 2013 Client Appreciation Event

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Convergence 2013 Please join us for the premier Microsoft Dynamics® event of the year! Convergence offers a unique opportunity for keeping up-to-date on Microsoft® products and technologies; learning about the future vision and strategy for Microsoft Dynamics products; and networking with peers and industry experts who can help you extend your existing solutions to improve your bottom line.

Convergence 2013 will take place March 18-21, 2013 in New Orleans, LA. Below we will share why you should attend Convergence, as well as information on our Client Appreciation Event.