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Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft CRM Integration with Microsoft Office do
 
Microsoft CRM Integration with Microsoft Office documents – overview for system integrator by: Andrew Karasev Microsoft CRM is CRM application, maintained and supported by Microsoft Business Solutions. Microsoft CRM utilizes majority of the Microsoft technologies: Windows Active Directory, SQL Server, MS Exchange, BizTalk (integration with MS Great Plains, and soon with Navision), Message Queuing, .Net web services to name a few. There is market demand on the efficient integration of MS Office documents into Microsoft CRM. Let’s take a look at the options: Attachment to MS CRM Notes. You may attach Office docs as file attachment to MS CRM Note. It is bullet-proof method, h  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: C.S. Deam 
 
 Article Title :: Make Money In Your Own Coffee Business
 
Make Money In Your Own Coffee Business by: C.S. Deam A 2001 survey by the National Coffee Association indicated that over 100 million people drink coffee on a daily basis and that nearly 60 million more occasionally consume coffee. Based on average drinking habits, the daily coffee drinker will consume multiple cups per day - totalling hundreds of millions cups of coffee being consumed every 24 hours. Such enormous consumer demand coupled with the growing trend toward gourmet coffee presents an opportunity for the enterprising coffee lovers to take their double shots at generating income while working in an industry which makes their coffee passions percolate. Coffee-loving entrepr  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Implementing Microsoft CRM: setup and configuratio
 
Implementing Microsoft CRM: setup and configuration – notes for IT specialist by: Andrew Karasev Microsoft Business Solutions CRM is web-based CRM application, deploying all the spectrum of recent Microsoft technologies. We’ll try to analyze different needs and implementation scenarios attributed to specific industries and business types, based on our experience. First we would like to emphasize the increasing role of in-house IT department in the strategic decision making. Looking back to the history – it is probably fair to say that initial CRM applications market issues, such as low successful implementations percentage could be attributed to traditional Sales style of thos  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Bruce Zhang 
 
 Article Title :: Web Development Processes and Technical Environmen
 
Web Development Processes and Technical Environments by: Bruce Zhang The process of Web application development is critical to the success of web-based projects. The proper processes can not be enforced unless technical environments are properly setup. Technical environments are required for development, test and production. Web applications architecture ( http://www.sysoptima.net/architecture/technical_architecture.php ) is typically in 3-tiers. Applications are developed on NT platforms, and deployed to production on UNIX platforms. Without streamlined procedures and proper environment settings, deployment and testing is not only a frustrating experience, but also a major detrimen  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: David Viney 
 
 Article Title :: Intranet Portals – Collaboration through Team Room
 
Intranet Portals – Collaboration through Team Rooms by: David Viney In this article, David Viney looks at how collaboration between and amongst teams can become a killer application on your Intranet Portal. How can you get the best value from such an investment and achieve a step change in knowledge management and knowledge sharing in your organisation? Knowledge Management for beginners Knowledge Management (KM) can be defined simply as the process through which organizations generate value from their intellectual and knowledge-based assets. Knowledge assets are often grouped into two categories: 1) Explicit Knowledge: Generally, everything and anything that can be documented,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: David Viney 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Project Risks and Issues
 
Managing Project Risks and Issues by: David Viney What is the difference between a project risk and a project issue and what different types can I expect to encounter? What tools can I use to manage the risks and issues on a Project? This article offers some possible answers, drawn from experience on Intranet Portal deployments and the PRINCE methodology. Inherent (or Business) Risk Inherent Risk is the risk that exists in the environment around your portal project. It will tend to be unique to your organisation; it's culture and politics. For example, if you have a fragmented business (either geographical or functional), then this will create a higher inherent risk of poor communi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Teddy LCc. 
 
 Article Title :: Consumer Review on CallWave Call Alert Service
 
Consumer Review on CallWave Call Alert Service by: Teddy LCc. Missing phone calls while you are online? Are you thinking of getting a private fax number for your business? Can't afford an extra phone lines for your business? If you answer ‘yes’ for any one of the questions above, then CallWave might be what you are looking for. CallWave internet calls alert system is specially dedicated to all the internet users, cell phone users, and business owners. It is definately a smart solutions for those who faced the problems above and I am going to tell you why here. When you download CallWave (within 3 minutes), you will be having these features instantly No extra phone line needed.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Bruce Zhang 
 
 Article Title :: CRM and Customer Life Cycle
 
CRM and Customer Life Cycle by: Bruce Zhang Customer Relationship Management or CRM is a combination of enterprise strategies, business processes and information technologies used to learn more about customers' needs and behaviors in order to develop stronger relationships with them. CRM software systems automate many customer-related business tasks. CRM applications are traditionally developed as client-server software which incurs higher initial cost of ownership. The proliferation of the Internet and the Web has fueled the rapid growth of Web-based CRM or online CRM applications ( http://www.sysoptima.com/crm/web_based_crm.php ). Web CRM systems are widely deployed for web based cal  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Rose DesRochers 
 
 Article Title :: Email Etiquette
 
Email Etiquette by: Rose DesRochers Today we are going to discuss one of my pet peeves, and learn about email etiquette. Those who don't BCC send, an email nightmare. When you send your friends an email showing all email in the to: or CC line and those people forward that email to their address book of friends, suddenly 500 people now have your friends email addresses. These email addresses remain in the email, because most people don't do their part to edit them out. So when you forward an email that has 200 emails in the two field and your friend forwards it on to 300 of their friends. You now have an email with 500 emails. Today I received just that email and I was able to harvest  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Robert Plank 
 
 Article Title :: Defend Your Thank You Folders From URL Guessers
 
Defend Your Thank You Folders From URL Guessers by: Robert Plank If you sell downloadable products, you're going to have a thank you page (a URL where the buyer is redirected after a sale). With just a couple lines of HTACCESS code you can make that folder airtight. You shouldn't be putting a buyer through a mandatory signup process to download the product. They already paid, just give them the file right away and offer a chance to opt-in for updates later. Otherwise you'll be getting lots of support e-mails from people asking where the product is they just paid for. It's always smart to name your thank you page something with a number -- a name like postorder735.html or thank-you-  (read full article)
 
 
 
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