Microsoft Dynamics CRM


Microsoft Dynamics CRM: Outlook Add-in Problem?

Posted by Jen Bieker on March 18, 2016

The other day, my Dynamics CRM Outlook plug-in stopped working.  What happened?  I’m not sure, but I couldn’t track any activities into my Dynamics CRM system.  The Dynamics CRM part of my Outlook toolbar wasn’t there.  I know our internal…

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New & Easy Navigation in Dynamics CRM 2016 Spring Wave Update

Posted by Jen Bieker on March 14, 2016

Thanks for listening to us Microsoft!  If you’re currently using Dynamics CRM, you have probably experienced the headaches with the current navigation. Scrolling over to the right multiple times Losing your spot and the ribbon disappears Doing it again, and again We are most excited for this…

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What’s the Deal with “Sometimes Taxable”?

Posted by Jen Bieker on March 11, 2016

Repost from Avalara:  Just when you thought you had a handle on the rules for taxing goods and services, you come face to face with the new compliance bully on the block: “sometimes taxable.” Businesses must correctly deal with these sometimes exempt and sometimes subject to sales…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Spring Wave

Posted by Jen Bieker on March 8, 2016

A sneak peek at what’s coming in this release scheduled for Q2 2016 Microsoft announced details surrounding the Dynamics CRM 2016 Spring Wave updates.  The spring wave will become available for Dynamics CRM online customers in Q2 this year, and it will build upon Dynamics CRM 2016 which was released…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Preview Features

Posted by Jen Bieker on February 22, 2016

Maybe you like living on the edge with technology?  And, do you like helping?  If so, then you don’t want to miss out on Dynamics CRM preview features.  Help Microsoft in testing out new features before they are fully released. Microsoft doesn’t provide…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online vs. On-Premise Features

Posted by Jen Bieker on February 16, 2016

Last week, I got frustrated with trying to find if a specific feature was available for an on-premise instance of Dynamics CRM.  After too much time searching the web, I finally sent an email.  I waited 3 days only to receive a question to my question.  What didn…

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Save the Date for the Upcoming Microsoft Dynamics CRM Summit 2016

Posted by Donna Krizik on January 26, 2016

Interested in learning more about the latest and greatest Microsoft Dynamics CRM news from users just like you?  Then we invite you to attend CRMUG Summit 2016, held this year in Tampa, Florida! From October 11th through the 12th, the CRMUG Summit, a user-led conference dedicated to the Microsoft Dynamics…

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Putting the Cloud to Work for You, One Step at a Time

Posted by Jen Bieker on January 21, 2016

The Key to Successful ERP and CRM Implementation & User Adoption Cloud technology, it’s great, isn’t it?  There are so many benefits and advantages you hear about.  But let’s face it, in today’s fast paced, always-on, mobile world, it can…

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Helping Non-Profits Across the World

Posted by Jen Bieker on January 21, 2016

Where would our world be without the good work of non-profits?  They have the biggest hearts and usually are running on the smallest budgets.  It’s wonderful that Microsoft offers special not-for-profit rates on all of its products. Keeping budgets in line while being able to take…

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Scribe Software: Integrating the Easy Way

Posted by Donna Krizik on January 21, 2016

Let’s face it, data integration can get very messy, very quickly. So much so, that at times, the concept of getting your business’ data to “talk” can become so complex, that the whole process feels to be more hassle than it’s worth. Here…

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