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Dynamics 365 Team Member Enforcement – A Walkthrough

The latest buzz in the Dynamics 365 community, related to the upcoming April release has to do with Team member license enforcement – sounds strict right? Well, it might be scary, since Dynamics 365 users have been buying tons of Team Member licenses. These licenses while restricted on paper had no real security mechanism behind […]

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Personnaliser votre solution Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (CRM)

Ceci est une version réécrite d’un article de blogue publié il y a quelques années. Puisque l’information est toujours pertinente, nous avons décidé de mettre à jour quelques-uns de nos anciens articles.   Un des principaux bénéfices d’une solution de gestion de la relation client est sa flexibilité et son adaptabilité. En effet, elle peut […]

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Customizing Your Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (CRM) Solution

This is a rewritten version of an older blog post. As the information is still relevant today, we decided to revisit some of our older content and update it.   One of the main benefits of a customer relationship management solution is its flexibility and adaptability: it can be customized to enhance your processes and […]

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Dynamics 365 April 2019 Release Notes Are Here

If you have been keeping an eye on the Microsoft Documentation site, you will have noticed the "Release Notes" sections. Microsoft started publishing the Release Notes for the Spring 2018 update release as part of their update modernization of Dynamics 365. Also, these release notes will be published several weeks ahead of the new updates. […]

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Dynamics 365 Unified Interface

Upcoming in Dynamics 365: Unified Interface With the imminent October 2018 release, Dynamics 365 users find themselves facing one of the most transformational updates in years. Much like the transition between CRM 2011 and CRM 2013, when the interface transformed from tabs on the left to tabs on the top, we are now back to […]

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