November 5, 2015

Dynamics CRM and SharePoint – Great Alone, Better Together

Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a great tool to manage companies, people, marketing, customer service, and many custom solutions based on relationships. It provides a way to store structured information that is related to other information. For a sales organization, this might be a prospect company or a person who wants… Read More

November 2, 2015

SQL Server 2005 End of Support: Now What?

On April 12, 2016 Microsoft will end extended support for SQL Server 2005.  This means no more bug fixes, no patches and no support. On April 13, CIO’s everywhere will come to their DBA’s desk, eyes bulging in panic, when they realize this lack of support puts them out of… Read More

October 29, 2015

Dramatically Change The Way You Approach Sales

Are your sales processes inefficient? Are reps in your organization just winging it? Is your current version of Dynamics CRM providing your employees with the tools to take you to the next level? With the latest release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, your sales processes will be streamlined, and provide your… Read More

October 9, 2015

Top 5 Takeaways from SUGCON 2015

My RBA colleague, David Hake*, and I had the privilege of attending the Sitecore User Group Conference (SUGCON) in New Orleans earlier this month.  For an inaugural event, it was pretty amazing what the organizers pulled off.  Hats off to Mike Shaw, Mike Reynolds, Akshay Sura and all of the sponsors… Read More

October 8, 2015

The Top 5 Features of Dynamics CRM 2016

Microsoft recently made available the CRM fall release for 2015 (CRM 2016) planned functionality release guide and accompanying video. As a fall release, this one will be available for both CRM Online and On Premises customers. For a CRM enthusiast such as myself, it’s terribly exciting to see the level… Read More