Non-profits Can Stretch IT Resources with BYOD

The bring-your-own-device or BYOD movement has already caught on in the business world. Employees in many large organizations have the freedom to access their iPads, iPhones, and Android gadgets on the corporate intranet. BYOD, of course, makes even more sense for non-profits where IT budgets are not nearly as generous. With the upcoming Q4 upgrade to Dynamics CRM, Microsoft will be introducing BYOD support with its new “CRM Anywhere”.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Anywhere will deliver universal access across different mobile devices. In this upgrade, Microsoft will support Chrome, Safari, and Firefox browsers, as well as Internet Explorer. And for improved performance and easier access to CRM functions, there’ll be native mobile clients for Windows Phone 7.5, iPad, iPhone, Android, and Blackberry devices.

This is, of course, good news for non-profits since they can stretch their budgets by leveraging employees and volunteers’ personal tablet computers and smartphones.

There’s more good news for non-profits! Microsoft will support three devices per Dynamics CRM Anywhere user license, which will cost about $30.  Many other vendors charge per device per user for this kind of service.

Interested in learning more about what Microsoft Dynamics CRM has to offer your not-for-profit organization? Contact MIG, a Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics Partner for more information!

MIG provides powerful solutions that allow NFPs to automate processes while tracking donations and reducing costs. Contact us to find out how our technology can help your business grow and improve in this challenging economic environment.

MIG & Co. – A New York City based Microsoft Dynamics Gold Partner, serving New York with vast nonprofit/ not-for-profit experience

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  • Not for Profit Software

    Thanks for sharing this type of blog for us:-)

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