The workplace as we know it is transforming rapidly, and there's a good chance that most of us will be dealing with a very different work environment sooner rather than later.
We've compiled a list of the five most significant developments in the business world as predicted by industry experts, and included examples of the impact they may have.
It looks like things might get a little tough, so we’ve also thrown in some innovative tips for dealing with these changing times. All things considered, there are likely to be some significant changes ahead for us all.
Richard Race-Lyons, a consultant with Leverage Technologies, shares with us his first experience with using Inaport for a CRM upgrade.
“It would easily have taken me 10 times longer to create SQL scripts to do this migration without Inaport.”
InaPlex has just released a GoldMine to Salesforce migration pack.
These maps are free, and provide a comprehensive migration for a standard GoldMine to a standard Salesforce system.
Inaport Version 9.0 was released February 1, 2016.
This post summarizes new V9.0 functionality, which includes the introduction of a Salesforce adapter, and migration maps for Salesforce.
Migrating from ACT to Sage CRM can be difficult and expensive: client data is extremely valuable and a shoddy migration will cost considerable time and money. With over a decade of experience in migrating to Sage CRM, InaPlex has firsthand knowledge of the sorts of problems that arise and how they can be dealt with. This guide provides a summary of the major issues that need to be addressed to ensure a successful migration.
This post provides a detailed description of how to use Inaport's powerful and extensive job logging functions for successful CRM integration and migration projects.
As of September 2015 Inaport V8.0 is the current software version. New users, and users with valid Software Assurance, can download this software at any time for no charge from our website.
Thanks to everyone who visited InaPlex at the Infor CRM (Saleslogix) conference in Scottsdale last week. It was great to see familiar faces and meet so many new ones, and it was a fantastic opportunity to exchange ideas, get feedback, and present future plans.
The conference was positive from the word go. I, like many others, was impressed by the opening Keynote Speech presented by Infor CEO Charles Phillips; he not only clearly articulated Infor’s vision and how Saleslogix fit into this, he also demonstrated his ability to communicate at every level – from strategic overviews to detailed technical responses. Infor looks set to take Infor CRM (Saleslogix) to new heights of efficacy, and everyone seemed very happy to be a part of this.
InaPlex continues to be a strong player in the field of customer integration and migration for Infor CRM as demonstrated by our part in the “Leads-for-Cash” session (have a look here). We also impressed many people with demonstrations of our latest version of Inaport for Infor CRM.
InaPlex hosted a bit of fun at the conference with a draw for six $50 Amazon Gift Cards. Thanks for all the entries and the winners are Jim Mackey, Adam Latini, Andrew Slettum, Karen Dedier, Terri Unger and Atif Rana.
If you didn’t win this time round why not have your next Inaport webinar before December 15? All webinar attendees from now until then will go into a draw for a $50 Amazon gift card, with the winner selected on December 16, 2014. Good luck!
David Evans recently presented on Developing Mobile Apps at eXtremeCRM 2014. The big message from his presentation is that this is a rapidly evolving area where relevant information quickly becomes obsolete.
Thinking about developing mobile applications for Microsoft CRM?
David Evans will show you how to go about it in his practical session “Developing Mobile Applications for Microsoft Dynamics CRM” at eXtremeCRM on October 7, 2:30pm.
David will present some of the key issues and decisions to be made in the development of mobile apps. He will demonstrate a simple application developed for Windows 8 and compare it with an equivalent app for Android, then discuss key differences between the two development environments, including issues involved in moving from one development paradigm to the other.