Fav CRM Blog Posts this week

Just thought I’d share some valuable and interesting posts I’ve read in the last few daze: PowerObjects- Bringing Focus to Dynamics CRM: Mass Editing Dynamics CRM 2011 Records using Microsoft Excel Business Situation I need to mass edit Dynamics CRM 2011 records and I need to make changes to more than 250 records at a…

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Bookcase: Silverlight and XRM

Microsoft Regional Director & MVP David Yack has a new book out called Silverlight + XRM. It covers Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 as an application framework for building business applications. In it he teaches the reader how to use Microsoft Silverlight to extend and customize the CRM experience. Microsoft Silverlight is a free web-browser plug-in…

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Free Excerpt ~ 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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Introducing the MSDN/TechNet Profile Recognition System

In April a new MSDN/TechNet recognition system was deployed across the entire Microsoft Technical Communities. This system incorporates points, achievements, leaderboards, statistics, areas of expertise, affiliations and badges/labels. I have gotten so many questions about the new program that I thought I would share my experience so far. First and foremost, the MSDN, TechNet and…

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CRMUG: Introducing 10@10 of 10

How much can you learn about Microsoft Dynamics CRM in 10 minutes? More than you’d think! Catch CRMUG’s 10@10 of 10 series on Wednesdays this summer at 12:50pm (ET). Each week, a Microsoft MVP will spend about 10 minutes sharing one brilliant idea about how you can more effectively use Dynamics CRM. This is rapid-fire…

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MicrosoftFeed: Meet Leon Tribe – Dynamics CRM MVP from Australia

MicrosoftFeed.com: My name is Leon Tribe and I am the Applications Practice Lead at Praxa, a subsidiary of CDC Global Services. I was born in the UK but moved to Australia and did high school here. Later I studied physics and eventually moved into IT. I initially worked as a server administrator and web designer,…

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Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential People Top 100

Wow, I made it into the DynamicsWorld.co.uk’s Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential People Top 100. The Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics for 2011 is based on a number of criteria, and with more than 25000 unique voters and more than 500 000 votes in total the annual list is now firmly established in the Microsoft…

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Demoing Microsoft Dynamics CRM at CloudForce 2011

My good friend and CRM MVP Leon Tribe (an Aussie don’t cha know) shares this snapshot with us: … with the comment: #salesforce were a little short handed on the booths so I thought I would help out #msdyncrm #cloudforce. When asked, “Did they kick you out?” Leon replies, “No, although if I had played…

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MVP David Yack talks about CRM and the Windows Phone 7

During a recent Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 training event John O’Donnell  sat down with CRM MVP and trainer David Yack to get his thoughts on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, Windows Phone 7 and more. He captured that conversation on Channel 9. David and his team have also written a number of books.       Click to…

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Check out the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Wiki

Have you checked out the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Wiki yet? It is a collaborative project sponsored by the CRM MVPs. Here is their charter statement: Welcome to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM TechNet Wiki. The purpose of the wiki is to provide a comprehensive guide for IT professionals to learn about then implement, configure, customize, maintain…

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