On March 16, 2011 Sherwood Systems hosted a CRM 2011 launch event at the Microsoft Southwest District offices on the shores of beautiful Tempe Town Lake.
16 attendees heard Ed Bonaski, Director of Sales, deliver the keynote address in which he updated the attendees on Dynamics CRM 2011 in the marketplace and Microsoft's strategy for cloud computing.
Sean Stecker of Ensynch made a short presentation on Microsoft's transition from BPOS to Office 365.
We saved the best for last when Anthony Ferrari, CRM Technical Specialist extraordinaire, provided a product demo that brought the house down. Anthony showed real life examples of functionality in Dynamics CRM 2011 in the marketing, sales, and service modules. We all learned something from Anthony and the attendees raved about his performance.
What is our favorite new feature in Dynamics CRM 2011? That is a tough question but right now on the heels of this hugely successful event, we like Dialogs. Dialogs are interactive processes that require user inputs to start and run until they are completed. More on Dialogs in an article soon!
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