Conger Construction Group – Centralized Data with Velosio’s Dynamics CRM Implementation
Conger Construction Group is a respected commercial construction company in Southwest Ohio, and when they needed a centralized software solution to access data they turned to Velosio and Dynamics CRM. Keep reading to learn how they began benefiting from Velosio's CRM implementation process almost immediately.
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About the Company
Conger Construction Group was established in 1992 by current President & CEO Larry Conger, for the purpose of constructing quality commercial facilities with the utmost integrity. Conger Construction Group has played an instrumental role in the successful construction of projects of all sizes utilizing various delivery methods. Conger Construction Group has become the most respected commercial construction company in the Southwest Ohio region. Conger’s experience has allowed it to acquire and maintain excellent working relationships with top-notch subcontractors, owners, and architects. These relationships have helped Conger Construction Group establish a reputation for integrity, quality, and personal commitment that is unsurpassed in the industry.
Conger Construction Group needed a centralized software solution in which everyone from the business could access data, including jobs, contacts, and accounts, using multiple platforms.
After shopping around, Conger Construction Group chose Microsoft Dynamics CRM for its user-friendliness. Conger Construction Group chose Velosio as a partner for their Dynamics CRM RapidStart Implementation.
RapidStart process was user-friendly for those whoare not IT people. Employees didn’t have to go through extensive training.
They were able to learn the process as they used it and jump right in.
Employees can now come to one place to get everything they need: jobs, contacts, accounts, etc.
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