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Dynamics® CRM 2013 Sales Management

Category: Custom Training

Course: TC-M80546 Dynamics® CRM 2013 Sales Management

Course Description:

This one day instructor-led course introduces the capabilities of Sales Management in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 that allow you to track and manage the sales process from potential to close. This course provides insight on sales process information, and introduces the tools available to analyze and report on sales information.  This course guides you through the tools that help make the internal processes simpler and easier so your sales force can focus on what is important—creating a differentiated experience for your customers.

** On site training - Travel expenses are included in this price. ** Must be booked 30 days or more in advance or additional fees for late booking apply ** Maximum 8 students for each class will receive Official Student Guide. ** Client is responsible for providing & preparing training room with projector and learner PCs with Windows Server 2008 R2 and Hyper-V prior to class start. ** Client is responsible for Pre-loading all learner PCs with VMs at least one business day prior to class starting date.

Audience User - Suitable for end users and managers without a technical background.
Subject CRM
Duration 1 Day
Cost of Private Class Up To 8 Students $ 6,400.00
Course Number TC-M80546

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