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VP of Sales and Marketing, Rob Triggs, Presenting at the Idea Conference

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TORONTO, ON, August 22, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- CRMDynamics, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, is pleased to announce that their Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Rob Triggs, will be presenting at the Idea Conference by ClickDimensions.

Geared to marketing and sales professionals, the Idea Conference is a free online event focused on sharing expert tips, case studies, best practices and real-world examples on how to achieve marketing success using Microsoft's Dynamics CRM and ClickDimensions, a marketing automation platform that operates within Dynamics CRM.

A veteran sales executive previously with Xerox and Hewlitt-Packard, Triggs will be presenting "From Social to Customer: Convert More Leads Using CRM and Marketing Automation". Attendees will learn how CRMDynamics, the only Canadian Gold Certified ClickDimensions Partner, uses Microsoft CRM and ClickDimensions to convert more leads from web and social into paying customers.

"The way customers buy is changing. Traditional sales and marketing is becoming less effective," says Triggs. "Customers are using online resources to help make their buying decisions before even speaking to a sales person. Companies have to jump into the world of content marketing before their competitors beat them to it."

To learn more about content marketing using Dynamics CRM and ClickDimensions, don't miss Rob's session during the Idea Conference on Thursday, September 18, 2014. For more information and to register for the conference, visit www.ideaconference.com.

About CRMDynamics
CRMDynamics is a Toronto-based marketing and sales enablement firm uniquely focused on helping clients to succeed through developing strategies that are clear and effective, supported by tools that are appreciated by their team members. Founded in 1994, CRMDynamics is a Microsoft Gold Partner and the only ClickDimensions Gold Partner in Canada. For more information please visit www.crmdynamics.ca or email sales@crmdynamics.ca

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