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A panel of Microsoft Dynamics CRM/Dynamics 365 experts provide reviews and opinions to aid professionals with the CRM selection process.

 
 

 

enCloud9 takes on a lot of clients we like to call orphans - these are the companies that tried to implement Dynamics CRM on their own or have engaged with a partner who is not meeting their needs. These clients come to us because they know that their Dynamics CRM system is not helping them out […]

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Hi everyone.  I wanted to showcase and display for you how your Dynamics CRM licenses will alter when you transition to Dynamics 365, and how the licenses map across each product.  For CRM users new to Dynamics 365 check out our previous blogs which will help position the direction Microsoft is taking CRM.   If […]

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The third edition of our Blog Series on Dynamics 365 is here and today's topic is for the developers - the hard working consultants and customizers who work behind the scenes to ensure that your Dynamics 365 works smooth like butter. As a developer myself who frequently creates business process flows for my clients I have […]

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Here at Beringer, we take great pride in developing exceptional software to create impactful solutions for our customers.  One common practice among developers, is the use of Unit Testing.  Testing software allows us to run our application locally and verify it can perform the required tasks before deploying it into an operating environment.  This method […]

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Today, Satya Nadella wrote a blog, conveniently on LinkedIn Pulse, announcing the official close of the agreement between Microsoft and LinkedIn for $26 million. In the post, he detailed the excitement he had for the acquisition and some of the first steps Microsoft will be taking to integrate LinkedIn’s powerful professional network. Here are some […]

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With Tuesday's approval by the EU of the $26B purchase of LinkedIn, Microsoft can finally get down to revealing its plans for the massive data held by the Social Media giant. In an article on mspoweruser.com, eight integration scenarios were revealed, and we were happy to see that one of them includes Dynamics CRM. The […]

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  Let's hear it for Microsoft for listening to its users! Editable Grids have been one of the most requested features over the last several iterations of Dynamics CRM. There have been several add-ons for Dynamics CRM to add this functionality; however, they were usually either very expensive or underpowered.  The first editable grid solution came with […]

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM has moved!  Now it’s Dynamics 365...  Here, our Microsoft Dynamics 365 Key Facts for new customers, demonstrates what Dynamics 365 can do for you, where to purchase it, and what you need.   If you are already using Microsoft Dynamics CRM on premises, CRM Online or CRM hosted SPLA, check out our […]

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October 31, 2016, is a monumental day for a lot of folks who have a long history with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Dynamics CRM as a product name goes away, to replaced with a new moniker – Dynamics 365. As someone who was tangentially involved with Dynamics CRM since version 1.0 was released back in 2003 […]

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Unlike Dynamics CRM, with the new Microsoft Dynamics 365 pricing model, more users equals a lower cost per user. This is technically called “tiered” pricing, but “waterfall” is common industry term and better evokes the image of a downward flow of your cost per user. Let’s look at the Dynamics 365 waterfall pricing in its […]

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