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Bruce Biron, Joins ACE Microtechnology, Inc. as Microsoft Dynamics CRM Practice Lead

Bruce Biron, joins ACE Microtechnology, Inc. as Microsoft Dynamics CRM Practice Lead ATLANTA, GA, August 2015 - ACE Microtechnology (ACE) a global business and technology services firm that provides Microsoft Dynamics Solutions - Microsoft CRM and Microsoft Dynamics GP (formerly Great Plains), has welcomed a new team member, Bruce Biron. Bruce brings over 15 years […]

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Importing Users into Dynamics CRM 2013 / Dynamics CRM 2015

There are multiple ways to create new Users in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013/ Dynamics CRM 2015.   Details on the various ways are can be found over at TechNet –> Manage users.  Besides the standard methods, you can Import users into the CRM using the Import Tool (you gotta’ love the flexibility of Dynamics CRM). Key […]

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The Best Little Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Feature You Might Not Know What To Do With: Timers

Microsoft’s latest releases and updates for CRM have really enhanced the user experience, but one of my favorite features is the new Timers Control. This great little feature is a new control which you can place on any customizable out of the box or custom entity form. They can also be added to Quick Create […]

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10 Time Saving Dynamics CRM 2013 Keyboard Shortcuts

Let’s face it, in today’s fast paced world we’re all looking for ways to get more done in less time. And, keyboard shortcuts are a great way to make sure that the time you spend on the computer will be as productive as possible. One of the reasons Microsoft Dynamics CRM has become so popular […]

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CRM ROI: The Benefits of Centralized Data

By Glenn Kinstler, 2B Solutions, Inc When making the decision to implement a new CRM solution, each business will have to decide “is it worth it,” and many will do a formal ROI analysis.  There are many tangible and measurable costs to include in the analysis: Software License Fees Training Costs Migration Costs Implementation Costs […]

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CRM 2013: Top 5 Time-Saving Features

With a spirit of efficiency, CRM 2013 boasts many major new features like business process flows and a streamlined user-interface. With that said, some of my favorite features in this release are the simplest and most subtle. Here are my top 5 time-saving features in CRM 2013: 1. Navigating using the browser’s ‘Back’ button: In keeping with the […]

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Dynamics CRM 2013 SubGrid to Associated View Button

While working with a client, we made an interesting discovery.  They had lost the button on the subgrid on some of their entities.  This button will pop-out the associated view for the related entity in question. Picture below, it is the one that when hovered over, displays "See the records associated with this view." When […]

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Design and Scalability Considerations when Using Access Teams in Dynamics CRM 2013

In today’s dynamic working environments, it is becoming increasingly common for people that work from different areas within an organization to need access to records from the same entity in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, opportunity records for example. Access teams solve this problem by sharing the records with all the members of the team, regardless of […]

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Does CRM 2011 or 2013 Work with Internet Explorer 11?

Sometimes when Microsoft Internet Explorer gets updated, some of the systems that connect with it, like Microsoft Dynamics CRM, suddenly don’t work. The case with Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) is no exception.  If you are running Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 or Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013, IE11 is NOT supported. (Microsoft’s way of saying it doesn’t […]

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