Thursday, 06 November 2014 06:15

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 New Features

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 new release, otherwise known as "Vega", is set to be launched before the end of this calendar year. Microsoft Dynamics CRM products help companies unite their marketing, sales and service teams with the insights they need to deliver amazing customer experiences every time.

Here are some of the new features that are going to be included in Dynamics CRM 2015:Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Sales

Guided Sales Processes - The Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 business process flows are improved in the new version and include a branching capability to allow organizations to implement complex business processes.

Marketing

Campaign Management Console – The Campaign Management Console will include A/B testing, multi–condition triggers and cross campaign offers with results displayed in real-time analytics.

Customer Service

Case Management – Agents will be allowed to pause and resume Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and track the time for which a case was on-hold.

Social

Social Listening – Users will be able to listen to social conversations in 19 languages as well as use location filters to narrow data results and see social media posts from specific countries.

Platform

Calculated fields – You can define calculated fields in CRM to contain values resulting from common calculations, such as math and conditional operators, without writing any code.

You can view a full list of the Dynamics CRM 2015 new features as well as more details about them in our infographic:

Download our Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Infographic now!

Stay tuned for more innovations and exciting capabilities that Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 has to offer.

Doriana Kote, Web Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., an Ontario Business Achievement Award for Service Excellence 2014 Finalist

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