Over the last several years, a new dimension has been added to reporting in Dynamics CRM: visualization. PowerObjects has taken visualization a step further by introducing maps into XRM solutions.
Data migrations can be complex. Whether you are migrating from Salesforce.com to Microsoft Dynamics CRM or from another contact management solution, you will come across challenges with data. This blog
PowerObjects built a simple, cost-effective integration between Dynamics CRM 2011 and an Avaya phone system, utilizing the built-in screen pop feature within the Avaya one-X Agent, a middle-tier “listener” application,
Impersonating a Dynamics CRM user is fairly straightforward in server-side code and using SDK. We have covered it before in the blog post How to Impersonate in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
There are a lot of benefits to working with role-based forms in Dynamics CRM, as listed in our blog on pros and cons of role-based forms. But one challenge comes
When displaying large amounts of data in a custom application built on Microsoft Dynamics CRM, it can be beneficial to use paging to improve user experience and the speed of
Did you ever wish you could scoot some data from one form to another and then immediately start working on the new record? If so, then maybe passing parameters from
The Polaris / UR 12 updates have brought some changes to Dynamics CRM 2011, many of which you have to turn on. We’ve covered a lot of this in our
Sometimes the out-of-the-box lookup field in CRM 2011 does not have the advanced query capability that a user needs to find a record. The query may go beyond a basic
Is your view list overflowing? Is it difficult to find the views that are meaningful for you? Do you wish you could filter your CRM 2011 system views dynamically? First
At PowerObjects, we create many portals for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, including customer service portals, distributor portals, partner portals, and more. A portal is a custom application that allows external users