The Revolution Will Not Be Televised…
OK, so maybe it’s not quite as exciting as UK launch of the XBOX 360 last week, but for those of us in the Microsoft CRM team here in the UK, today’s announcement of the general availability of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 (hereonin abreviated to MSCRM) is great news. We’ve been talking with customers and partner about MSCRM for several months now, and have creating demos using various beta builds with catchy codenames such as TAP2, TAP3, TAP3a, RC2 and EAP, until we got hold the final build last month.
So here we are with MSCRM v3.0.5300.0 and this is where the fun starts. Having worked as a technical consultant in the IT business for nearly 15 years, I know that it always takes a while for the community to build up a body of knowledge and experience around any product, and I have no doubt that this will be the case for MSCRM.
So what does this blog bring to the party? Well part of my day-job is Partner Readiness, which means I spend a lot of time with our MSCRM business partners here in the UK to help them sell and deliver successful MSCRM projects. I’ve noticed that many of our partners are asking the same questions, and I figured that a blog might be the best way of providing some answers to some of these questions. So here we are.
I don’t have a particular agenda or plan for this, so I will probably write about stuff that I’ve been working on during the week an hopefully you’ll find some useful nuggets of information that will make you MSCRM life a little easier.
Regards, Simon Hutson
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