Whether you are evaluating personal goals or business driven objectives, honest reflection can be critical to your success. Here are 3 business challenges Dynamics CRM can help you conquer in 2016. (more…)
We are back from Microsoft WPC15. We survived our excursion into the swamp lands of Orlando for Microsoft WPC15! Heat, humidity, alligators, tourists, miles between sessions and meetings, 15,000 attendees, old hotel – whew! Happy to be back. (more…)
There is this one story that gets told almost every time I get together with some of the Dynamics CRM MVP folks in the community. Usually over adult beverages at some conference. The problem for me is that it’s a story of one of my failures.
The story outline is this – 10+ years ago, the company I worked for signed a CRM deal in the early days of Dynamics CRM. We were fledgling CRM implementers at the time and signed up for more than we bargained. Long story short, we failed and someone else came in (one of the current CRM MVPs, who will remain nameless) and saved the day for that client. It was their first CRM project and made a nice addition to their already successful business and, ultimately, turned out to be an huge boon for the community as a whole. I failed, they didn’t, the CRM community got a couple GREAT MVPs. (more…)
Well the wraps are finally off and Microsoft has lifted the NDA on the Dynamics CRM Online Spring 2015 release. While that is a bit of a mouthful, this Spring release is full of enhancements and functionality that users and partners have been clamoring for. Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO, started the parade this morning at the Microsoft Convergences event in Atlanta. (more…)
The phone call started like this—
Caller: “Hi Ken, I’m <her name is redacted to protect the innocent> and I’m your new account executive. Do you have a minute? I want to share with you all the great new stuff we have going on this year.”
Sound familiar? (more…)