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MTC Adds Innovative Resource Calendaring to ConsultPro CRM on Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Oct 4 2013, 3:11am CDT | by PR.com

MTC is excited to release the top-end of its Enterprise Resource Activity calendaring within the ConsultPro CRM Enterprise Professional Services solution for project and resource scheduling management and visual workplace for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

Los Angeles, CA, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- ConsultPro Resource Calendar comes from MTC’s Calendaring Technology UI Microsoft CRM enhancement offering family, innovatively engineered to...

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MTC Adds Innovative Resource Calendaring to ConsultPro CRM on Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Oct 4 2013, 3:11am CDT | by PR.com

MTC is excited to release the top-end of its Enterprise Resource Activity calendaring within the ConsultPro CRM Enterprise Professional Services solution for project and resource scheduling management and visual workplace for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

Los Angeles, CA, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- ConsultPro Resource Calendar comes from MTC’s Calendaring Technology UI Microsoft CRM enhancement offering family, innovatively engineered to enhance ConsultPro’s Enterprise Project/Job/Activity and Resource Management expanding the business-types and processes MTC’s ConsultPro excels in. The Calendar allows Users to manage their own work better visually and in-sync to the organization as the primary interface to the job task for high user-productivity.

Resource Calendar provides additional business focused Management-by-Exception Process Control for the Enterprise in a UI. This is ideal for today’s dynamic fast-paced business globally. Users are voting calendaring as the “Best” Personal Activity “To Do” View UI for CRM by replacing Outlook and CRM Workplace Activities View in an innovative UI on popular device environments. Resource Calendaring is supported for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, CRM 2013, Microsoft CRM Online, on Windows, 7 Windows 8, Multiple Browsers, and IPad.

Resource Calendaring allows close-in Resource Utilization easy-adjustment with a clear View of all Internal Resource availability, color coded by %, with-in the Day/Week/Month horizon calendaring User Interface (UI). Views optimized to the 3 horizons for maximum overview and User Activity flow easy. Alert and Aide Icons from the Trilogy of ConsultPro Risk Mitigation of System Conflicts/Late/Over-Budget, Resource Status/Risk/Check-In, Customer Sat Web Survey. Large Wall Display of calendaring for status, availability, Alerts,

MTC spokesman Darryl Henderson, CEO said: “MTC has invested heavily and leveraged experience in innovative CRM UI, to make calendaring an intuitive way to manage the CRM Activities and capacity of groups faster and better, in many common business scenarios, and this is driving rapid calendaring adoption and better Enterprise CRM solutions.”

For more information, review ConsultPro for Microsoft CRM webpages, download the ConsultPro flyer, and download the solution for a 15-day free trial at MTC’s website: http://www.MTCCRM.com/CP.aspx at the Dynamics CRM community web site: http://www.DynamicsExchange.com/CP.aspx and now in the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace. Also see CRM Group Calendar http://www.MTCCRM.com/GC.aspx

About MTC:
Management Technology Consulting LLC is a Microsoft certified Dynamics CRM Solution Development Partner specializing in add-on products and rapid-response development and support services for other Microsoft Partners and select end-user clients around the globe. MTC offers the largest family of diverse Dynamics enhancement CRM products offered in Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM Marketplace including core-technology expansion solutions, unique value utility add-ons, and broad-market and vertical enterprise solutions, as well as CRM Online vertical version services. MTC is the global leader in a unique niche business model for low-cost, fixed-rate, and managed staff services on-demand CRM development and support 24/7.

Contact Information:
Management Technology Consulting LLC
Darryl Henderson
323-851-5008
Contact via Email
www.mtccrm.com

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