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  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM V3C to be released on...

    Today I was reading an email regarding the release date of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM version that is compatible with Microsoft Vista and Office 2007. As promissed i would update you guys as soon as I was allowed to; today is that day! It is planned to be released at or around December 22 nd . Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM on Vista and Office 2007

    ICU MSCRM and Sonoma Partners made a nice post about our compatibility release with Office 2007 and Vista. Those blogpostings triggered me to blog as well about our soon to be released optimized "update" for Vista and Office 2007. The new version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, compatible with the 2007 Office...
  • Blog Post: NorCal Microsoft CRM Partners shout out to me!

    Hi Guys and Girls.... As you all know by now i am the new CRM Technology Specialist for the NorCal region. I would like to know how many of you actually read my blog. Just as a quick test I am asking all the NorCal Partners that read and of course think my blog is valuable to leave a comment behind on...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM on Dynamics Price Lists!

    I thought this announcement would come later, but I happen to get this via email from a co-worker. Beginning December 4, 2006, Microsoft Dynamics CRM will be available from the Microsoft Dynamics Price Lists. This includes both Business Ready Licensing (BRL) and Modular Based Licensing and will affect...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Solution Accelerator for Siebel

    I got pointed in this direction today since an co-worker from The Netherlands asked a question about integration between Siebel and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. It seems we have launched a solution for this yesterday. The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Solution Accelerator for Siebel provides out-of-the-box integration...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 – External Connector

    Just a small story on the External Connector that is available for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0. It seems that a lot of people including myself are getting confused on this item over and over. I hope that this blogpost keeps you and myself on the right track now! Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 – External Connector...
  • Blog Post: Email, Queue, delete...what?

    I have been busy with a challenge I got from a customer and today I was pleasantly suprised that one of the Program Managers replied to a similar question. Updated: Paragraph 4 24 October 2006 The question that a lot of people have or had including myself is the following: When an e-mail from a queue...
  • Blog Post: Scaling Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0

    There have been some good posts and articles about scaling Microsoft CRM, such as the post of Simon Hutson . Avanade has developed a whitepaper as well and it describes the Scalability and Performance Testing and Tuning Results for the enterprise. This white paper summarizes the scaling characteristics...
  • Blog Post: Status Report on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0

    Hello CRM Freaks! Status Report on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 (Gartner Research, Inc., August 17, 2006) A recent Gartner report analyzes Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0. Yet again a nice and recent report published by Brian Prentice of Gartner http://www.gartner.com/ ) that provides their independent assessment...
  • Blog Post: The initial size of Microsoft Dynamics CRM

    I got this question to many times and it made me search to much as well. So I thought lets put it onhere so every one including myself can find it quick and easy. Initial size of the Microsoft CRM 3.0 server installation C:\inetpub\wwwroot\crm = approximately 25 MB C:\Program Files\Microsoft CRM = >approximately...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM Caching tool update

    Hello freaks! I was surfing through my collection of CRM blogs and I came to the conclusion that I missed an update on the tool I use a lot on Demo VPC's and such. Now the tool runs as a service and it will be more friendly to you when giving a demo. You can get an updated version of this great tool...
  • Blog Post: Some nice sections and the new SDK for Microsoft CRM

    Version 3.0.5 of the Microsoft CRM 3.0 is now available on MSDN online! This version of the SDK includes new sample code, consolidated attribute information, topic enhancements, and bug fixes. Get a full look at it here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/CrmSdk3_0/htm/v3d0microsoftcrmv3d0sdk.asp...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM on Zune...

    Since todays hype is showing a leaked picture of the Zune together with some specs I thought it would be fun to post about it. As we can remember the Marketing guys from Microsoft demonstrated our new mobile client at the World Wide Partner Conference (WWPC) on a PSP.... Our new mobile client lets users...
  • Blog Post: Joining GP and Microsoft CRM..

    We all know how well Microsoft Dynamics CRM and GP interact with each other. In this interesting article you will read that a "Californian based" company wants to leverage the full functionality of Microsoft Dynamics GP’s data management solutions to move to a paperless model, which it projects may reduce...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM workflow can do this for you...

    Microsoft CRM allows you to keep track of your leads and opportunities. Of course, all sales people hope to successfully convert leads into opportunities and opportunities into quotes. orders and or invoices. However, sometimes you have to disqualify a lead. Microsoft CRM offers the functionality...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM form and columns

    Lots of partners and customers ask the question if it is possible to change the layout of the sections on a Microsoft CRM form. Of course this is possible, but many people know only the option to display two columns. Talking with Michiel van den Heuvel of Capgemini today he reminded me that there...
  • Blog Post: How to upgrade a Microsoft Dynamics CRM trial key

    Thanks to a nice email from co-worker Jeff it saves me time to write it myself and I am just copy and pasting his text onhere. We get many questions on howto upgrade from a trialkey to a production keycode. Below is the procedure to follow. Go to Start – Programs – Microsoft CRM – Deployment Manager...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Support Lifecycle

    I am these days more involved with sales related presentations, demo's and things like that. One of the questions I seem to get from my customers is when the support drops for the current version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 I saw that I am not the only one having these questions, lots of my co-workers...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM 3.0 Report Scheduling Wizard (Localized)

    Since I am Dutch, I tend to spend some attention to localized thingies. So today I saw this great email announcing that the Microsoft CRM 3.0 Report Scheduling Wizard is available for download in the following languages...... German, French, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Brazilian and Swedish ...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, GP and RMA?

    Well this is a bit out of my league, but I am trying to gain more knowledge about Dynamics GP and specially combined with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. I have had some questions in the past regarding RMA (Return Material Authorization) Product based companies accept defective products back from customers but...
  • Blog Post: CRM languages

    Having to answer a lot of questions lately about in how many languages Microsoft Dynamics CRM is available in. Is Microsoft Dynamics CRM mulit-lingual....and etc. I have decided to give a short summary here, since i saw an internal discussion about this as well. 1. Microsoft Dynamics CRM Team blog has...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics Snap Update

    As you might know we have some nice addons like Microsoft Dynamics Snap. These addons give users the option to quickly get data from Microsoft Dynamics CRM and apply it in Word documents etc. "The Team received a lot of positive feedback from the partner community based on which the Snap team has made...
  • Blog Post: CRM on your XBOX?

    My topic did fool you didn't it? Ok enough for the joking....I have no clue if there are CRM freakz outthere that also like to play games on consoles such as XBOX 360. But a few minutes ago the news hit me that the best Microsoft Dynamics CRM related application, macro or sample code that is going to...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft CRM STRESS!!!!!?

    Hi all.... Just a copy and paste action of a nice item on the CRM Sandbox: The Microsoft DynamicsT CRM 3.0 Performance and Stress Testing Toolkit is available for download now. A tool that was created by the Microsoft® CRM product team, it provides a method of performance testing for many customer scenarios...
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