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In all the years I’ve worked with CRM, outside of a new major release, I’ve never seen so many changes to the product in such a short amount of time.

Dropped in Dynamics 365 CRM

We recently had a request from a client to modify their business process flow and it seemed worthwhile to share our experience and the lessons learned in this scenario.

Dropped in Dynamics 365 CRM

A brand-new function called Business Card Scanner is now available to everybody via the mobile app, following the roll-out of Microsoft Dynamics 365 October Wave 2.

Dropped in Dynamics 365 CRM

When you’re editing security roles, you’re often presented with Append and Append To and, even after working in this industry for many years, I still have to think about which one I should use when setting up a relationship.

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12 November 2019

Samples in Dynamics 365 CRM

I’ve previously written blog posts about some standard functions that aren’t in Dynamics 365, which could be of use to Manufacturing & Distribution markets, such as non-conformance. Samples is another topic of discussion I think you’ll like… 

Dropped in Dynamics 365 CRM

 So what processes are cross-industry compatible that aren’t already included in Dynamics 365? The first one that immediately springs to mind is product non-conformance.

Dropped in Dynamics 365 CRM

As with most releases within Dynamics, Microsoft gives us some nice shiny new features to play with, but they also take a few things away. This blog post will look at the areas of Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement that could start to be problematic if you’re using them.

Dropped in Dynamics 365 CRM

Previously, we’ve looked at an overview of this Unified interface as well as a quick run through of how the general navigation has changed. For this blog, I’m going to show you what’s changed within the form itself.

Dropped in Dynamics 365 CRM

The key reasons why Microsoft have introduced the Unified Interface to Dynamics 365 CRM; to standardise how the data is accessed and provide a more consistent and responsive approach to how things are displayed.

Dropped in Dynamics 365 CRM

The key reasons why Microsoft have introduced the Unified Interface; to standardise how the data is accessed and provide a more consistent and responsive approach to how things are displayed.

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