You’ve probably heard that Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 is here, and that it comes with a lot of great features. That being said, many organizations will remain on the CRM 2011 platform for a variety of reasons—particularly if their CRM
Dynamics CRM 2013 brings a lot of great features to the user. One such feature is the guided process bar located, most notably, on the lead, opportunity, and case forms. It can even be added to forms that do not
PowerZapEvent is a powerful add-on that integrates CRM with ZapEvent, an online event registration tool. At its core, ZapEvent allows individuals to register for events (paid or free). When tied with Dynamics CRM, it’s super useful add-on for event administrators.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 has the capability of creating a phone number field. This is a great feature as it allows for click-to-call functionality directly from the Dynamics CRM record. However, you may wish to have the display of the
We all know the world is changing. Here at PowerObjects, that has become more evident than ever with our latest client… Santa Claus! Even jolly ol’ Saint Nick has started to leverage technology to keep up with the ever-changing demands
Recently, Microsoft released Internet Explorer 11 (IE11), the newest version of its web browser. Depending on your settings, this update may be installed automatically on your computer. One thing you may notice when you upgrade to IE11 is that you
There are many new features and enhancements with exciting capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics users and developers. CRM Administrators however, haven’t been forgotten. Here is an introduction to the new Best Practices Analyzer tool for your CRM implementation. Best Practices Analyzer
Have you ever received a Query Builder Error when trying to view the audit history in Dynamics CRM? The cause of this error might be related to deleted fields in that particular entity after the audit log records are created.
PowerOneView is one of the many awesome PowerPack add-ons that PowerObjects has developed to enhance Microsoft Dynamics CRM. It allows you see all of your related entities in one area. By default, PowerOneView is a left navigation item, but with
Historically in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, when you create a new record within the context of a parent record, the mapping controls what data is populated from the parent. For example, when you create a new contact from an account, the