Project Hosts to Deliver Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Dedicated Clouds
SUNNYVALE, CA: Project Hosts, provider of Custom Cloud hosting for Microsoft Solutions, announces that it is now delivering Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 dedicated clouds for ISVs, partners, commercial customers and government agencies.
A Dynamics CRM dedicated cloud from Project Hosts meets customer and partner needs for enhanced security, U.S. Government FedRAMP SaaS compliance and guaranteed performance; as well as for more business flexibility and personal support services.
For Dynamics CRM and ERP Partners and ISVs, Project Hosts offers a dedicated partner cloud that is distinct and separate from other partners or providers. Unlike a Public Cloud offering built on shared (multi-tenant) servers, a dedicated cloud supports the installation of their application software on top of the Dynamics CRM or ERP platform. In addition, a dedicated cloud can be customized to the buyer's specific security needs, is more configurable by the ISV through direct database access, and can be scaled to suit the customer's performance demands. Dynamics CRM and ERP partners also benefit from Project Hosts' FedRAMP SaaS Compliance authorization, directly opening large market opportunities.
By supporting the most current version of Dynamics CRM (2015), Project Hosts is keeping pace with one of the most in-demand customer relationship management solutions. The Dynamics CRM 2015 release supports a wide variety of enhancements including:
- Improvements to the product selling features that can help individual salespeople, sales teams, and operations managers more effectively manage and sell their company's products and services.
- New, more productive and intuitive ways to view accounts, products, and users that helps users see how information is related or grouped by viewing accounts, products, or users through hierarchical charts.
- A new CRM Basics guide that helps new users learn common tasks (even if their system is customized) with friendly, bite-sized training servings that get them up to speed quickly, while enabling them to evolve to more powerful users over time.
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