Ensure CRM Implementation Success with CORE

With Customer Owned Rapid Engagement (CORE), you empower sales, marketing and service personnel by putting your Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM solution at the center of your organization. The CORE agile methodology guarantees that your organization will be trained and immersed in the solution the day you go live.

Customer Owned Rapid Engagement

After deploying CRM for over 1,000 customers on the Microsoft Dynamics platform, across many industries and business models, we know what it takes to make your implementation a success. We’ve designed this agile methodology with you at the center.

CORE Methodology Principles

Focus on the Most Important Outcomes

CORE is about helping you become and remain successful. We don’t lose sight of “Why” you embarked on this journey.

Immerse Yourself in the Technology and Process

Having a technology partner that is simply an order taker leaves you scrambling at go-live. In order to achieve your target business outcomes, CORE offers the training and best practices you need to be in the driver’s seat of your initiative.

Go Live FAST!

Our customers have realized value in a fraction of the time of those who use competitors’ CRM solutions. With CORE, there is no wasted time on functionality that does not support your business outcomes.

What Our Clients Say:


The team from Fullscope, an Alithya company, helped us hone in on the fact that it’s not just ‘put the software in and expect great results.’  You’re changing process, and you’re changing culture. If you are really serious about it and you want to realize the benefits that the CRM platform can provide, the cultural adaption aspect is paramount.

Grant Johanson, Senior Project Manager, Briggs Equipment

3 Keys to a Successful CRM Initiative Alithya


3 Keys to Successful CRM Adoption

The hard truth is that like many complex IT initiatives, CRM projects often fail. You may have even experienced a failed CRM implementation or two. Download this guide for the 3 Keys to Successful CRM Implementation and learn:

  • What to do if you are in the middle of a painful or failed CRM implementation
  • 5 common training mistakes that derail your CRM success
  • What to look for when choosing a CRM partner