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Common Front Ends using Dynamics CRM

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Just wondering what most companies use for a front and implementation for CRM? What technology is used, for example.net? Specifically for membership style organizations. Thanks.
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Can you explain a bit more what you mean by front end?
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As in we have used DotNetNuke before.  Any other websites that are used to accept data into the CRM by external website visitors, as well as present data from the CRM to visitors?
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Ah I see, I guess the most obvious one is AdxStudio Portals, https://community.adxstudio.com/products/adxstudio-portals/
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