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blogs on microsoft dynamics  out discussion boards and blogs particular to your role, especially ones that seek to troubleshoot issues. If you’ve read up on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 and think it’s the solution for your organization, don’t just look at general reviews. Check out what your peers are saying about it and how the software handles specific cases. This will give you a stronger background when you start screening vendors. You'll be able to ask them what workarounds they’ve created to address specific problems and y

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