Peter was a pioneer in the Client Issue Management project based on MS Dynamics that we initiated mid 2008. He has progressed from the role of the lead IT Consultant leading a team of about 4-6 from Fujitsu Services to eventually taking on the overall Project Management of the project. The project is one of the most successful projects at the Bank which reached a user base of 3000 users in just over a year. He had liaised with both the IT technologists at the Bank from different areas as well as the varied user groups. A truly consummate professional.

Director. Barclays Capital

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Candidate assessment

When you’re hiring Microsoft Dynamics CRM professionals, it can pay to get some specialist advice on the candidates, to ensure the most successful selection.

Businesses are specialist in their core services – but all businesses depend on other internal specialists, whether that’s accountants or marketers. When it comes to hiring those specialists, it can be tough to ask the right questions, assess candidates’ skills, compare candidates – or even write a meaningful job description.

CRM Knowledge – your Dynamics CRM insiders

We can fill that gap within your organisation, helping you through all stages of the selection process. This includes:

  • creating job descriptions.
  • screening CVs and candidates.
  • interviewing candidates as part of your panel.
  • making final recommendations.

Of course, it’s your team that’s being built, so you’re always in control – but we’re always ready to help.

Spotting potential and developing skills

We’re also good at spotting people who might not quite ‘be there’ – and recommending the skills needed to help the person fit perfectly into the advertised role. (There’s no conflict of interest; of course we can provide the training, but we’re equally happy if you have a preferred supplier.)

Efficient working

We work in the most efficient way possible – we can attend interviews in person, but we can achieve most of our goals (if not all of them) by using technology: video conferencing, e-mail and the good old telephone.