We recently highlighted three signature software products available from Microsoft for nonprofits, which are in frequent consideration at our clients: Dynamics CRM (customer/constituent relationship management), Dynamics GP (ERP/accounting), and SharePoint (knowledge/document management, intranet, etc.). Nonprofits are now able to acquire these products at lower costs and find them more directly applicable to their needs.
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For some organizations, Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a legitimate competitor to products from the likes of Abila, Blackbaud, or Salesforce. Learn more about Dynamics CRM and when it might be a good fit for your organization.
If you have an impression of SharePoint, it’s probably a negative one. The product hasn’t always lived up to its hype, and many nonprofits have suffered from less than successful implementations. But much has changed over the past three years with SharePoint Online, so it is worth another shot. Here are 4 tips for overcoming common obstacles in successfully implementing SharePoint.
Dynamics GP (Great Plains)
Microsoft Dynamics has been a long-term player in the nonprofit fund accounting space. Microsoft is moving many of its products to the cloud. Will Dynamics GP head in the same direction, and what does that mean for nonprofit organizations?
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