Monthly Archives: November 2014

What’s new from Convergence 2014 Europe

My experience of Convergence 2014 Europe by Jason Daraz, QGate CRM Consultant & Developer For those of you unable to attend this year’s Convergence in Barcelona, here are just a few highlights that made the event for me. Upon arriving at the event, Microsoft wasn’t subtle in spelling out the themes that would run through the […]

Top Three Marketing Automation Benefits [Infographic]

Marketing Automation solutions are designed to streamline your sales and marketing organisations by replacing high-touch, repetitive manual processes with automated solutions. It enables your marketing departments to more effectively market, with reduced human error, through multiple channels, for example, email, social media, websites etc. and it automates the repetitive tasks. Top three Marketing Automation benefits […]

What is Marketing Automation?

Whether you work in technology, as I do, or in the marketing community at large, the odds that you have heard the phrase ‘marketing automation’ are pretty high.  To refresh your memories, here is dry, though factual, definition I found on the internet (bear with me): What is Marketing Automation? Marketing Automation: a subset of […]

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Release Preview Guide [Now Available]

Introduction Microsoft continues to bridge the gap between Marketing and Sales with their latest release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015. This article highlights some of the capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 and takes a look at some of the new features Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 has to offer. With a commitment to an agile […]

Will Hook and Loop be the reason for the future success of Infor CRM?

I have just attended the Infor CRM Global conference held in Scottsdale, Arizona home of the product formally known as Saleslogix.  When the conference was first announced I decided I was not going to attend.  Whilst QGate is a long-standing UK implementation and ISV partner of the product I didn’t see anything on the horizon […]