Mar 26, 2014 Madhavi Krishnayya
Many users of CRM have been looking to move to Dynamics CRM 2013 from their previous versions. This new CRM comes in after 2 years and with a host of changes and new features which work well for different user sets and it also caters to solving many issues which was prevalent in Dynamics CRM 2011.
There are many documented procedures for successful migration from CRM 2011 to Dynamics CRM 2013, but here are some key points to remember.
For an on-premise server environment, there are two upgrade options:
Some basic steps which need to be completed prior to upgrading to Dynamics CRM 2013.
How did we learn all this?
We created a niche multi-dimensional Dynamics CRM Sales Solution in Dynamics CRM 2013.
Nalashaa also offers Fixed Price Microsoft Dynamics CRM upgrade based on the system complexity. Upgrading, developing and re-architecting are some aspects which Nalashaa has gained considerable knowledge and flair, over years of experience. Our understanding of Dynamics CRM suite of products range from CRM 1.2 to C360, making us confident of our skills and delivery capabilities. We aim to port users to the latest versions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, hence helping customers draw on the plethora of benefits offered today by Microsoft Dynamics suite of products.
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