Can data integration really help you optimize processes between your Salesforce and your Microsoft Dynamics? Which processes? Can it get you a step closer to your customers and help you reach your sales goals? Can’t you successfully operate with stand-alone, isolated systems?
How much does your business risk to be disrupted by a data integration project? How do you get started? How do you prioritize which data to transfer? What are the most common integration points between Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics? What are others doing?
Is a data integration platform the best way to go or should you develop our own custom solution? Does data integration put your data at risk? Is Microsoft Dynamics 365 making data integration platforms obsolete?
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About the author
With over 25 years’ experience in strategically propelling businesses forward, Henning is considered a business development entrepreneur with a passion for transforming businesses, sales and marketing operations through out-of-the-box thinking, concepts building and process automation to improve overall performance and scalability.