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Intergen launches ‘Rapid Results’ Microsoft packages

Intergen launches ‘Rapid Results’ Microsoft packages

Integrator Intergen has released Rapid Results – an implementation service package designed to get the core functionality of Microsoft CRM or SharePoint running within 10 days.

Chief operating officer Simon Bright says Intergen aims to cut out the cost and risk associated with traditional implementations.

Priced from $15,000 excluding GST, the Rapid Results implementation service for Microsoft CRM can be deployed on premise or as a hosted solution. Intergen’s website says it offers the capability required for the first stage of a CRM project, providing a platform for further development and customisation in future.

The $15,000 excludes Order and Invoice modules in Microsoft CRM, extensive data migration other than that of accounts and contacts, and major process re-engineering, according to the website. However, it will work through a more advanced set-up through a “change control” process, it says.

Businesses need to provide knowledgeable staff to be involved in the project, account and contact data to be migrated, and technical resources to manage the installation along with Intergen. Key staff also need to undertake a training session, Intergen says.

Intergen plans more such services in future.


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