You can either choose Scribe data migration which will move all your customer data from your existing customer management solution into our hosted CRM solution in a simple, one off transfer. Or you can go for Scribe data integration which will integrate the data stored in your current business applications, so whatever you change in one application is automatically updated in the other.
Once you've decided (with our help, of course) our Microsoft Accredited Engineers will simply move your data for you so you can just enjoy being able to access your up to date customer information. And Scribe doesn’t cost the earth either. You can transfer your data once for a one off fee or pay a small monthly fee for on-going data integration.
Simple, straightforward data migration or integration with Scribe.
Migrating or integrating your data with Scribe is simple. First of all our Professional Services team will discuss your business requirements with you. They'll explain the pros and cons of data migration and data integration to help you make the right choice for your business. Then they’ll set up a secure connection between our secure data centre and your existing system and take care of all the programming and customisation for you.
When their work is completed your business information will be fully synchronised or integrated into a single solution. After that, life is easy because Scribe is kept running at our secure data centre alongside your hosted CRM and our Microsoft Certified Engineers manage it and keep it up and running for you.
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Scribe Insight complements our Microsoft CRM solution, which makes it possible for your sales, customer service and marketing teams to see all your customer information instantly.
It also gives access to background information on each customer so your teams are well informed to handle conversations and helps to keep them loyal to your business.
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