My last post!

Don’t let the title confuse you, it’s only my last post here at MSDN! As most of you know, I’ve been blogging on MSDN since 19 December 2005! It is time to move on… I made the decision to move my blogging addiction to my very own domain. On the new location you can continue…


Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Books

Well if I have the believe Steve Jobs, nobody is reading anymore and I should not type this post! I’m disagreeing with the “almighty” Steve, though, as I believe that many people actually started reading more due to Internet and inventions such as RSS and email. I’m sure you’ve seen many blogs talking about the…


Microsoft on Small Business and Microsoft CRM Live

Just received an email in my inbox saying it is worth to listen to these three short podcasts. Segment three has a nice discussion around Microsoft Dynamics Live CRM. Here is the link:


Vertical Templates for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

As you know we announced some very nice things at the WPC in Denver last month. One the things beside pricing was that we were going to release vertical templates to be used for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Well today is the day that we have released two Microsoft Dynamics CRM vertical templates; manufacturing and municipal government….


Microsoft Dynamics Live CRM Marketplace

There already have been a lot of articles written about the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM Marketplace; an on-demand marketplace for partners to showcase their company, applications and solutions. Some of them are comparing it to AppExchange, I certainly will not compare it with that… I bumped into an eWeek article on David McDonald’s blog which can be read here: and I…


Microsoft CRM Live announcement at WWPC 2007

I bet you already have read several web sites and blogs with the great news, but I still wanted to share it with you guys via my own blog. In March I had a similar posting coming from Convergence: Microsoft’s CRM strategy is to deliver the “Power of Choice” to customers and partners.  Microsoft gives customers a…


Building Web-Based Line-of-Business Applications on the Microsoft Dynamics Live CRM Platform

Today I checked out the recorded session presented by Ben Riga and Jason Hunt at MIX07 in Los Angeles. The session is about one hour and 20 minutes and shows some really cool things you can do with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM (Live) platform. The abstract of this session: Ben and Jason explore how developing applications on…


Live CRM launching tomorrow!

Everybody is talking a lot about the new version of Microsoft CRM. Today I have the news you have been waiting for, Live CRM is launching tomorrow and I wanted you all to be the first to know! I hope you’re going to like it as much as I do. Visit to read more!…


CRM article for the Dutch speaking readers

You all should know the Dutchie Ronald Lemmen by now. After exchanging only emails and blog comments with him, I had the chance to meet with him on Convergence last week in San Diego. Even though he is  technical consultant, Ronald wrote a nice “Sales & Marketing” story on Channelweb. If you are interested in the article…


Microsoft Dynamics Live CRM

Yesterday at the closing keynote at Convergence, Steve Ballmer showed a live demo of the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics Live CRM service. Microsoft Dynamics Live CRM is powered by the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, code-named “Titan,” which uses the same multitenant code base to deliver both on-premise and Software as a Service (SaaS) deployments,…