Webfortis Sponsors Four-City West Coast Roadshow for Microsoft Dynamics CRM/xRM

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Leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) specialist in Implementation, Mobility, Application Integration and E Marketing to Showcase Business Best Practices using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011.

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This event is an ideal opportunity to meet with industry experts, foster knowledge and understand how some of the most innovative organizations use Dynamics CRM/xRM to achieve their business initiatives.
– Marc Wolenik, Founder & CEO, Webfortis

Webfortis, LLC, (http://www.webfortis.com) are the thought leaders in Microsoft Dynamics CRM innovation, best practices recommendations and social strategy. Based in California (with offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle), Webfortis is dedicated to developing and deploying CRM solutions that help companies improve their business and attain their goals. Webfortis delivers world-class technical expertise and a firm understanding of complex business requirements. This event is ideal for customers, partners and prospective users with responsibilities for sales, marketing, customer service, IT and corporate leadership. Webfortis along with CWR Mobility, Core Motives and Scribe Software will present a Four-City, West Coast Road Show Series in 2012. The locations include Microsoft offices in San Francisco, January 17th; Mountain View, January 18th; Los Angeles, January 26th and Irvine, January 27th. To register, go to: http://www.webfortis.com/2012Roadshow

Microsoft Dynamics CRM automates the sales, customer service and marketing efforts for 30,000 customers and over two million users worldwide.

"Email marketing has become a necessity of any businesses marketing mix. Having it directly integrated with Microsoft Dynamics CRM enables tracking of emails down to the contact, but continues by telling the whole story, beyond the click, enabling marketing and sales to be able to offer the right product, at the right place, at the right time,” said Rhett Thompson, Cofounder of CoreMotives. "These presentations will show how email marketing, enhanced with lead scoring, web page tracking, web forms and social media, enable you to do it faster than your competition and put you ahead."

"Organizations around the world are looking for ways to get and stay closer to their customers and are realizing that mobilizing their CRM can help them accomplish this in new ways that previously were impractical,” said Stefan Burak, Vice President Sales and Partners, Americas Region at CWR Mobility, “These seminars offer companies the chance to learn how mobility can change what can be accomplished with Dynamics CRM, how it can enable their customer-facing organizations with new agility and drive CRM adoption within the organization to new levels." – Brian Craig, VP of Marketing, CWR Mobility

“Delighted customers are the holy grail for any business. Understanding your customer is essential for providing superior service and product offerings. Integrating all of the customer touch points into CRM gives companies a strategic advantage when they have the complete picture in one place.” Says Betsy Bilhorn, Vice President of Marketing & Product Management at Scribe Software. “The Webfortis Road Show is a great opportunity for companies to learn how to integrate Dynamics CRM with the rest of their business, increase customer service and satisfaction, and truly manage their customer relationships."

About Webfortis:

Webfortis, (http://www.webfortis.com) a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and Dynamics CRM/xRM Expert, is a leader in developing and deploying Microsoft Dynamics CRM solutions for companies of all sizes. Having authored three top-selling books for both the deployment and integration of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Webfortis is a nationally recognized thought leader in system integration and an expert in deploying software applications across the Microsoft product line. Webfortis is located in California with offices in both San Francisco/Bay Area, Los Angeles and Seattle.


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