Case Study: Junk Removal Service Finds Gold with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online

A residential and commercial junk removal company with a toll-free call service was using an industry-specific customer relationship management (CRM) solution that couldn’t be customized. The company needed a CRM system that could capture, share, and use customer data specific to its operations, to acquire and retain more customers. Discover how the hosted CRM solution helps ensure business continuity and other benefits.
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