Since Microsoft Dynamics CRM is in preparation and ready for release this year, it is time for a new Curah! To that end, I’ve begun
Leo Came in with a Roar!
Microsoft called it the Spring Wave but I think Spring Tidal Wave is more appropriate. Since I’ve been working with Dynamics CRM, I can honestly
What Should You Expect from an Opportunity & Quote Solution?
Does your company have a complex inventory model with product and service dependencies that have corresponding business rules, dependencies or other characteristics that are challenging
Office 365 Password Expiration Policy
I recently purchased an Office 365 account and wanted to set the Password Expiration policy to never expire. I understand that is not necessarily a
Update Rollups – Should I or Should I Not, that is the Question
With the recent release of CRM 2013 Update Rollup 2 aka UR 2, I thought this might be a good time to share what I’ve
Set yourself up for success. Understand
Set yourself up for success. Understand the key roles needed for a successful #MSDynCRM project http://www.crmsoftwareblog.com/2014/03/key-customer-roles-needed-for-a-successful-dynamics-crm-implementation-project/ @MSDynamicsCRM