Category: Microsoft

Tribridge a Dixie chick

Microsoft consulting firm Tribridge, Inc. has announced the expansion of services in its Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina markets. Company officials say Tribridge will continue its focus on the delivery of Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM products, custom software including Microsoft SharePoint, and IT security services. Tribridge is a Microsoft consulting firm that implements, […]

Strategic partnership in India

Industry media in India are reporting that Bharti Airtel has entered into a strategic partnership with Microsoft to offer a range of software and services for small- and medium-sized business on the Subcontinent. First step in the partnership is an offering of Microsoft solutions for host messaging and collaboration. The companies will also offer CRM, […]

GroupSpark privately labels Microsoft Dynamics

GroupSpark has gotten cuddly with Microsoft, and a company spokesman would even like to tell you more about it. Exchange hosting GroupSpark has announced the firm will be releasing a “completely Private Labeled” hosted Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0. The main touts on this product are no-brainers: A familiar web-based interface and full Outlook integration go […]

More on the Vista release date(s)

A slight addendum to an earlier entry here at CRMChump. The “long-awaited” Microsoft Windows Vista operating system will actually be available on November 30 to larger business clients at an event at the Nasdaq Stock Market on that day (the first step in the accompanying media blitz). Those buying Windows licenses in bulk will get […]

Just say Noe to seminars

Once your firm is sold on the CRM philosophy, how can it get the maximum results out of the product you deploy? A new duo may be able to help. “In an effort to bring CRM solutions to businesses that desire improvement with their customer relationships,” runs the weekend announcement, “Steve Noe, CEO of Biz […]

Mark your calendar: November 30

Of course, perhaps the biggest announcement in the software world (read: “the world”) this week was nothing more than a reason to circle the calendar: Microsoft announced the release date over what is commonly described along the lines of “the long-awaited business version of Vista, the latest incarnation of the Windows operating system” as November […]

Microsoft CRM will keep pace with Vista

To the surprise of no one but the reportage of many, Microsoft has announced its Microsoft Dynamics CRM will see release of a new version for the upcoming 2007 Microsoft Office system and Windows Vista releases. The Microsoft guys also announced that, in addition to being offered through Microsoft’s standard volume-licensing program, Microsoft Dynamics CRM […]

Cisco in twenty languages

Whilst thanking Microsoft for the support, representatives of Cisco Systems, Inc. today announced that the Cisco Unified CRM Connector 3.0 is now available in twenty languages: Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish. Now, careful counters will not that that’s only eighteen […]

Microsoft in Oz

Microsoft is still alive and well in Oz, as the company today announced that Australia’s federal department of industry, tourism and resources (DITR) has released plans to implement at least three new customer relationship management systems based on Microsoft software. DITR currently employs 1900, but should be employing more before 2006. Tender documents released today […]

Avent down with Microsoft

Avnet Technology Solutions, an operating group of Avnet Inc. and a distributor focused on enterprise computer products and embedded subsystems, announced an agreement with Microsoft Corp. to assist certified value-added resellers in marketing, selling, servicing and supporting enterprise resource planning solutions for midmarket and medium-sized enterprises currently based on Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Microsoft […]