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Press Release - Purely CRM's New Product

Press Release - Purely CRM's New Product

Purely CRM Announces the “Purely Web Lead Connector” – a Connector Joining Your Website Generated Leads Directly Into Dynamics 365 

VANCOUVER, BC  - Purely CRM, a software consulting firm focusing solely on Dynamics 365, is excited to launch their first product, the “Purely Web Lead Connector” – an add-on to your website to capture web generated leads directly into Dynamics 365.

As one of a small number of companies in North America that focuses solely on Dynamics 365, Purely CRM has observed and identified areas where customers’ CRM needs are still to be fulfilled, leading to the creation of the “Purely Web Lead Connector”. By connecting your website into Dynamics 365, it allows for real-time lead capture, giving you an edge in responding before your competitors. The product is compatible with most common web platforms, low cost, and easy to install.  Connection to such websites as WordPress, SquareSpace, and others, is a snap.

Traditionally, adding this type of functionality into your website meant employing a software consulting firm to build costly integrations that would connect your website directly into the lead functionality found in Dynamics 365.  This product enables you to eliminate that costly custom integration work with a quick and easy implementation.

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Press Release with ACT - Autism Community Training

Press Release with ACT - Autism Community Training

Vancouver, CANADA – Purely CRM has been working with ACT – Autism Community Training over the past several years in implementing the latest Microsoft Dynamics CRM system. As BC’s leading provider of online information and training on autism, the transition of ACT’s database into the cloud has enabled them to more effectively manage their resources. Purely CRM is proud to donate $12,000 to ACT to support its work for the community and will continue to extend their hand in helping them in any way that they can.

“We have seen how creatively ACT uses technology to increase the information available to families affected by autism”, explains Marty Hall, Purely CRM’s Managing Director, “we know that they will use our support to make a difference not just for families in B.C, but across Canada.”

“Working with Alan Ashton and the rest of Purely CRM’s team on transferring ACT’s CRM database into the cloud has been so straight-forward,” explains Deborah Pugh, ACT’s Executive Director, adding, “It is great to be able to trust a technical team who are good communicators, who care about our work and have high standards.”

 

About ACT – Autism Community Training

The mission of ACT – Autism Community Training is to provide excellent information and training, in accordance with international best practices. ACT’s goal is to enable parents, professionals, and para-professionals to support children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder to live productive, satisfying lives within their families and communities.

 

About Purely CRM

Purely CRM is a privately held company that is 100% focused on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM product with customers across North America. As a team, they have been involved with Microsoft Dynamics CRM since version 1.0. Purely CRM has made the strategic decision to solely focus on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM product and brings industry expertise in such areas as mining, manufacturing, banking, and many more.

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Purely CRM Donates $12000 to ACT - Autism Community Training

Purely CRM Donates $12000 to ACT - Autism Community Training

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Deborah Pugh, Executive Director of ACT - Autism Community Training, receives a $12,000 cheque from Marty Hall and Alan Ashton of Purely CRM at our offices today. "ACT so appreciates the terrific technical and financial support we receive from Purely CRM - it has been vital to maintaining our free online resources which support thousands of families affected by autism across Canada," explains Deborah. For more about ACT see www.actcommunity.ca.