Workopia Goes National with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Service for Smaller Firms

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Workopia, Inc. announced a national rollout of their successful program that introduces smaller firms to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0. Starting with a unique fixed-price guarantee approach, Workopia guides smaller firms that often do not understand the significant payoffs possible with a sophisticated customer relationship management system.

Workopia, Inc. announced a national rollout of their successful program that introduces smaller firms to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0. Starting with a unique fixed-price guarantee approach, Workopia guides smaller firms that often do not understand the significant payoffs possible with a sophisticated customer relationship management system.

According to Frank Lee, president of Workopia, it often takes a lot of handholding at the beginning before CRM becomes accepted as a vital part of management objectives in many firms. “The managers of these firms are often so busy dealing with daily crises that they don’t think about all the customers that are NOT causing a crisis,” says Lee. “We help them not only see how important it is to manage all their customers but we show them how Microsoft CRM 3.0 helps them do it.”

Workopia is one of the most active service providers for Microsoft CRM. Out of 20 Microsoft CRM 3.0 Showcase Customers in the World, Workopia helped two of them “Go Live”. Michael Davis, Director of Sales and Marketing at RightNow Business Development had this to say about Workopia, “They are super easy to work with. Their service is top-notch and affordable.” Although Workopia has focused mostly in the San Francisco Bay Area to date, recent interest from other smaller firms across the country have sought out Workopia’s style of working with such firms. As a result, Workopia is expanding their territory.

Interested firms can contact Workopia at (415) 531-6574

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