Entries by Leeanne Boulton

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Achieving the four pillars of Digital Transformation in Banking with Microsoft Dynamics

Not so long ago, digital transformation in Banking meant keeping pace throughout the third industrial revolution; meeting the digital challenge by providing basic online banking functionality that supported bricks and mortar mainstream branches. As digital evolved, account and loan applications were added, along with mobile transactional functionality to allow people to bank on-the-go. Personalisation and […]

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Redspire partner with Microsoft MVP Neil Parkhurst to boost digital skills talent in Scotland

Redspire are excited to announce a year long partnership with Microsoft MVP and award-winning Dynamics 365 consultant Neil Parkhurst. Our Gold Partner agency will collaborate with the D365UG Global All-Star on an internal best practice programme that provides bespoke training and development for new recruits, front line project delivery and an open market events and […]

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Heal your business pain with Dynamics QuickStart CRM

When it comes to business pain, at Redspire we’ve seen it all. And help our clients UK-wide solve theirs, via our Dynamics QuickStart CRM package or phased CRM implementation. As one of the UK’s leading CRM consultancies, we are experts in resolving the digital and data pain points that all businesses face. Our client base […]

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Microsoft Inspire Keynote 2018: Emerging themes from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s speech

In his keynote speech at the global Microsoft Inspire conference in Las Vegas, CEO Satya Nadella talked about how technology and connectivity continue to improve human relationships, whilst reinforcing that ethics and user privacy continue to be the most important consideration, as we accelerate though the 4th industrial revolution. This year’s Microsoft Inspire has been […]

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Public Sector: Digital Transformation through Microsoft Dynamics 365

Can public sector organisations afford not to take advantage of digital tools? It’s a slightly controversial statement but nevertheless true. Whilst commerce and industry advance at speed towards great digital change, the public sector in the UK is in danger of being left behind. Potentially, at great sacrifice to public health, well-being and economic wealth. […]