Using InaPlex Inaport for data integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Guest blogger CRM MVP Neil Benson of Customery talks about a toolset that he recommends to his CRM implementation friends and partners. Neil is also an Administrator for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM group on LinkedIn.com. The Medical Physics department at a hospital trust in London needed to replace an ageing medical device asset management system….

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Disable All Fields in a Section Based on the Value of Another Field (CRM 2011)

Today’s guest blogger is Matt Wittemann, author of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Administration Bible (Wiley, 2011), a six-time recipient of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for Dynamics CRM, and is the Director of Solution Architecture for US-based C5 Insight. There are SDK and web examples of how to disable or hide an…

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CRMUG: Ask the CRM MVP Session

The CRMUG team is excited about an educational event scheduled for next Wednesday, Sept 28th – our exclusive “Ask the CRM MVP” session! We’ve assembled a panel of 11 Microsoft CRM MVPs to answer your questions in this virtual panel event. The MVPs have been recognized by Microsoft as some of the best in the…

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MSDN Highlight’s new book, Working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

Sonoma Partners have provided a chapter from their best selling book, Working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 on the MSDN site. The chapter we selected is Chapter 5: Solutions Overview and Concepts. You can download it or read it on the MSDN site. The book is written by Mike Snyder and Jim Steger who are…

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It’s official, new Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Silverlight book is OUT!

Guest blogger and CRM MVP Julie Yack has a one_line bio; Mom.Wife.Nerd.MVP nerd. You can catch up with her many CRM activities on her blog The never boring life of Me. Both Dave and I have worked for the “BIG” publishers and while there’s nothing wrong with that, one day we decided that we could…

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Microsoft Connect ~ Your Feedback Improving Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Our guest blogger today is CRM MVP Rhett Clinton, an expert Microsoft CRM Technical Consultant, with extensive experience in leading CRM projects and developing Microsoft CRM solutions since 2004. He is a Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Professional (Developer for MS CRM), a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) and a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD)….

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Building Consistency into Free Form Text Fields

The following is a guest blog post by Dynamics CRM MVP Jerry Weinstock who is the Business Development Manager at CRM Innovation. Jerry has been working with CRM since the 1.2 release in 2003. CRM Innovation builds Email, Marketing and Event Management solutions for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Twitter: @crminnovation. In Microsoft Dynamics CRM there are…

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A Codeless Address Finder Using Filtered Lookups

Today’s guest blogger is CRM MVP Leon Tribe. You can follow him on his wildly popular blog, Leon’s CRM Musings. A bit of a mouthful of a title but, basically, I am going to show how to set up a codeless set of dynamic picklists (now called option sets) by ignoring option sets and using…

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The CRM Journey – What’s next?

This guest post written by Ryan Toenies is presented by MVP Mike Snyder, co-founder of Sonoma Partners. Chances are if you are reading this blog post you already use a CRM system. The biggest change in CRM over the last couple of years has been the transformation to the Cloud. Even if you still run…

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Microsoft Dynamics Mobility and HTML5 ~ the future of Web Apps

CRM MVP Jim Wang is an application architect at Computer Sciences Corp (CSC) talks about some of the changes and opportunities available though HTML5. For more see our supported browsers and devices. Microsoft Dynamics CRM Mobility enables workforces to have access to their Dynamics CRM/ERP data through mobile devices any time, any where. This program…

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