Kevin Machayya is a 15-year veteran of Microsoft and Great Plains Software. He has held various roles in technical support, customer service, and sales operations. For the last 11 years, Kevin has focused on the Microsoft Dynamics partner channel through partner account management, readiness, marketing, resourcing/staffing and development programs.
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The Cloud CRM for Less promotion provides new Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online customers in the US and Canada with an incentive payment of $150 per seat, direct to the customer.
REDMOND, Wash. — Aug. 29, 2011 — Microsoft Corp. today announced a new "Cloud CRM for Less" offer that helps customers of Oracle, Salesforce.com Inc. and SAP switch to the familiar, intelligent and connected experiences delivered by Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. Building on the momentum of the global launch of Microsoft’s online CRM service in the first half of 2011, Microsoft is extending $150 (U.S.) cash per user seat (minimum of 50 seats per organization) to up to 500 user seats for each eligible customer. This offer provides an opportunity for dramatic cost savings and helps customers realize the benefits from using software and online services that work the way people and organizations work.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online helps people be more productive while giving them the insight necessary to gain a competitive edge in an ever-changing world of business. This promotion is available between now and March 31, 2012.
More information about Microsoft Dynamics CRM customers that have switched from Salesforce.com, as well as information on how to sign up for a free 30-day trial of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, is available at http://www.dontgetforced.com. The Microsoft Dynamics CRM team can be followed on Twitter at @MSDynamicsCRM and #MSDYNCRM.
To access the complete press release, visit the Microsoft News Center.
For complete details regarding the promotion, including offer Terms and Conditions, visit the Cloud CRM for Less website.
UPDATE 8/30/2011 - Find partner resources including campaign FAQ, customer facing slide, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online vs. Salesforce.com value comparison on PartnerSource.
I luv this campaign, especially this video: vmlimited.ctp.trafficmgr.com. Funny unless you work with a company like Tad's VMlimited. ;O)
Great stuff... Now let's combine that with the MCOIT and Ready To Go Marketing. Provision an instant CRM 2011 portal for partners with all the call down list/collateral ready to go. And let's go get the new leads...