Catherine Eibner

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  • Blog Post: Sydney CRM Usergroup – Tuesday 25 may 2010

    The next Sydney User Group meeting is Tomorrow – commencing at 6pm at the Microsoft office in North Ryde. In addition to general News, Announcements and Product updates, the major topics for the evening will be: - Convergence 2010:             ...
  • Blog Post: CRM/xRM Content at PDC

    I am lucky enough to be in Los Angeles attending PDC in person. This year there are 3 xRM related sessions: Managing the Solution Lifecycle for xRM Applications on Tuesday at 12:30 PM Developing xRM Solutions Using Windows Azure on Thursday at 3:00 PM Build a .NET Business Application in 60 Minutes with...
  • Blog Post: and then there were 4! The Australian CRM MVP forces are growing!

    Interest & excitement around Microsoft Dynamics CRM is growing – Gartner reports it at a staggering 75% in 2008! Coinciding with this is the ever growing community that supports developers & end users alike. In Australia, our number of CRM MVP’s has also grown by a similar rate. In the last 18...
  • Blog Post: Tips From the Inside for Microsoft ISV’s!

    If you missed the presentation Carol Bowman & I did at the Australian Partner Conference on the Gold Coast last week, it incorporated a listing of the key resources & tools that Microsoft provides to help ISV’s along their way to ultimately achieving a best of breed solution that can be awarded...
  • Blog Post: Select XRM where X = Council

    There has been a lot of information around the XRM concept in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM quarters recently. Initially there was a great Post & Interview with Ross Dembecki explaining what XRM meant & detailing the value of XRM to partners, next out of WPC came this awesome video that really gave...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics Sessions at Tech Ed Australia

    We are in the process of finalising the last few sessions for Tech Ed Australia which is being held on The Gold Coast 8-11th of September. We received such great content submissions this year on all of the tracks. I was particularly proud of the great submissions we got for Dynamics – especially as this...
  • Blog Post: Australian Dynamics Partners continue to be Awarded!

    Just announced at the World Wide Partner Conference being held currently in New Orleans, our local Dynamics Partner CSG has been named to the 2009 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club receiving recognition from Microsoft Corp. for its dedicated commitment to customers. A 2009 President’s Club for Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Zap Technology Continues to be Awarded

    Just days after being announced as the ISV/Solutions international Innovation award winner for their Business Analytics for Microsoft Dynamics Solution , we received confirmation overnight last night that Zap Technology have now been the first company in the Australian Pacific Region to have their solution...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed Australia & New Zealand Call for Content is Now Open!

    The Call for content for this years Australian & New Zealand Tech Ed has just opened. Andrew Coates has written a fantastic post on how to submit your ideas for presentations and some great tips on what to include. There are 13 great tracks this year – and I’m looking after the Dynamics Track. Andrew...
  • Blog Post: Integrating With Dynamics: 1) Integrating to CRM 4.0 Direct from ASPX page, calling a Web service

    This is the first in a series of posts that give some examples of getting Lead data from an external source such as a Website into your internal CRM system. This situation is the simplest. This one would work when either your Webserver has direct access to Read/Write on the CRM server via an External...
  • Blog Post: Integrating with Dynamics

    Once you become a Microsoft partner for Dynamics, you get access to a mountain of resources through the Partner Source site. One of the things I had just started playing with before joining here was the access you receive to Digital Marketing Material to help you build your lead generation. One of my...
  • Blog Post: The Business Action World Tour Is Here!!

    I have been fortunate enough to be involved in organising a series of FREE seminars in the Asia Pacific Region that will help you understand how we can help you build Line-of-Business applications.  We’ll be covering building compelling experiences (using WPF and Silverlight ), building on familiar...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Training from Microsoft Dynamics Readiness

    If your New Years Resolution is to upgrade your skills in Dynamics or even to start learning more about the Dynamics suite – then the good news is that there are a stack of training sessions lined up to help! Course Title Date Location More Info Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 Certification Bootcamp (includes...
  • Blog Post: Get Started Building Solutions on Dynamics CRM

    I remember back when I was first trying to learn Dynamics CRM, it was really hard to find good resources, examples and training material. Our company wasn’t yet a Microsoft Partner, or a member of Partner Source where a lot of the best CRM content was locked away – and most of what I could find ended...
  • Blog Post: Why did I choose to work with Microsoft Dynamics CRM?

    While I was at PDC, someone asked me of all the technologies that Microsoft has available, why had I chosen to work with Dynamics CRM. This was a really good question and as there was some really specific reasons and it was a deliberate choice, I thought I would share it here. A few years ago I had to...
  • Blog Post: PDC in Review – initial thoughts…

    The last week spent at PDC was just amazing. I am still processing so much of what was announced and trying to understand the kind of impact its going to have on the scalability & interoperability & range of devices that can now be targeted. I think the flow on effect of what was announced will...
  • Blog Post: Don't Dream it – Be it!

    Tonight I was chatting with David Musgrave – Microsoft’s resident GP expert who quite rightly was on his soapbox about the lack of training afforded to ERP developers! As he says in his post : So, invest in your people and the skills they need.  The investment will be returned many times over and...
  • Blog Post: Busy Bees!

    The Dynamics team have been busy bees lately! CRM 4.0 BizTalk Adapter Now Available The long awaited revision of the Biztalk adapter that was available for CRM 3.0 has now been released. It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit deployments, form-based authentication and multi-tenancy installations. The Adapter...
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