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Dynamics CRM Support Engineer
A Senior Support Engineer with expertise in Dynamics CRM is required to provide exceptional, specialized support to a number of enterprise customers.
Working for one of the world's most renowned technology companies, this role will resolve partner and customer issues through electronic, phone, advisory services and emergency on-site support.
Whilst being technically skilled in a range of Microsoft products, experience as a support professional with exceptional customer services skills is essential.
- Accept and appropriately resolve customer issues ensuring resolution in a timely manner.
- Use sound judgement in the management, escalation and resolution of support cases.
- Maintain high level of domain and technical skill in Microsoft CRM.
- Meet SLA's in accordance with regional targets.
The correct candidate will have a strong background with Microsoft technologies and 3 - 5 years' field knowledge in Dynamics CRM.
Please apply via this website or send your application direct to firstname.lastname@example.org
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