These days, sellers work with 6.8 stakeholders and 16 colleagues per deal. As a result, sales cycles are longer and more complex than ever before. To stay ahead of the curve, modern sellers need to evolve beyond legacy methods of tracking customer interactions and progress updates. That's where Microsoft Dynamics 365 provides a competitive advantage.
When approached by local Sacramento small business owners looking for IT support, we often hear questions and remarks like these: "How much would it cost me to have IT support services? We are just calling companies to find the lowest price on tech support. If you are not the cheapest, we need to find an IT company that is." While the desire to limit your IT support budget is understandable, this is not the most effective approach. It is like asking how much a car costs without considering all the variables.
Harvard Business Review shows 99% of businesses surveyed plan to implement analytics and AI, but only 30% have succeeded. With Microsoft Azure, Capital Network Solutions, Inc. accelerates the transition, enabling you to use Microsoft Power BI and Dynamics 365 to get the deep insights you need to fuel growth.
In the 125 years that Michelin has been in the tire game, the company has never stopped innovating. Watch this video to see how Michelin harnesses the power of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Field Service technology to serve customers in game-changing ways: at home. Talk about a transformation.
Data security is a very serious concern for your customers. With Microsoft 365, you can show your customers your genuine commitment to their data security. Microsoft is confident and committed to its security solutions. They offer phone support for critical issues 24/7 that can be taken all the way up to the Office 365 development team, depending on your subscription. At Capital Network Solutions, Inc., we want to help your business build a strong trust with your customers. Call us at (916) 366-6566 to set up a free consultation.
Changing offices is often a sign of success for a business. At the same time, an office move is also one of the most complicated and stressful business events. However, there is no more crucial task than a seamless IT transition from the old office to the new. In this article, CNS Senior Project Manager Tim Naughton lists five technology-related things that every business should prioritize when moving offices.
Without dedicated 24/7 professionals and support, fast backup tools and easy-to-use collaboration solutions, your IT infrastructure could probably benefit by moving to the cloud. Capital Network Solutions, Inc. knows that journey can be tough, that's why we're here to help. With a complete, intelligent solution, including Office 365, Windows 10, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Azure, everyone in your organization is empowered to be creative and work together, securely. The future of your digital business depends on getting your IT right. Contact us today for our plan to help you along your journey to the cloud.
Now is definitely the time to review and enhance security around remote access to corporate data, at both ends of the connection. Here are tips for secure remote working for employees, and for their employers.
Do you want to give your employees the freedom to work from anywhere, but aren't sure where to start in terms of securing company data on their personal devices? Check out this article to learn more about how to protect your company data across all devices. At Capital Network Solutions, Inc., we can help protect your company data, no matter where it's accessed from. Contact our team to learn more.
It's no secret that teamwork is one of the key ingredients to a successful business. But in today's interconnected world, teams don't need to be in the same location to make teamwork work. In other words, you need to make sure that every team member gets equipped with the right tools for collaborating and communicating on a project. So how do you determine which tools are right for your organization and teams? And what should you look for when evaluating prospective teamwork solutions?