CRM Online organizations are beginning to receive updates in the the form of the Spring ’14 Wave: code name ‘Leo’. In order to take advantage of the awesome new service features you will need to install the updates from the Administration area. How do I know if I’ve received the update? Check your personal settings […]

These days it seems like the new Ps of Marketing are Platforms, Point Solutions and Puzzling. But as new technologies emerge and evolve, best practices in real-world applications have prevailed. Get a framework for navigating what’s new from Microsoft and how it fits into the complex marketing technology landscape, as well as tips on how […]

Dynamics CRM is all about automation, right? Well, here’s one more small piece that you can automate to make your day-to-day life easier! If you use Dynamics CRM to keep track of cases, you may also want to know if the client was satisfied after their case has been resolved. Well, did you know that […]

  • 22 May 2014
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One of the great features of Dynamics CRM 2013 is the inclusion of Bing Maps on the account, contact, and lead entities. Plug in the respective address, save the record, and the plot point gets mapped automatically in the embedded map. How great would it be, then, to add Bing Maps to other entities? Out-of-the-box […]

Have you ever wondered if it is possible to visually display that you are tracking an appointment in Microsoft Dynamics CRM?  The answer is YES! You can now easily color your calendar for tracked appointments in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, simply follow the steps in this blog to do so. This would allow your users to […]

Are you in the market for a scanner that easily integrates with Microsoft Dynamics CRM? Well you are in luck! We have identified one that is both effective and user friendly. The IRISCard 5 Scanner features an option to directly load your scanned contacts into CRM or Outlook. Here’s how to get things set up: […]

Does modern marketing sometimes leave you with too few light bulb moments? With so many options out there, it can easily turn into a multi-channel and multi-device conundrum. Now add in a multitude of confusing ‘products of the moment’ and it sounds like you need a little help from the white knight of the Microsoft […]

In today’s blog, we’ll go over how to use PowerShell to manage your Microsoft Office 365 environment. You may ask yourself “Why would I want to use PowerShell when Microsoft already gives me a graphical user interface to work with?” Well, the front end of the user interface is nice for simple tasks, but the real […]

  • 12 May 2014
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PowerObjects is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar: “What is PowerWebForm?” When: Friday, May 23rd, 10 a.m. to 10:3 a.m. CT What: This webinar will give a demonstration of the PowerWebForm add-on for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. In a nutshell, if you’re looking for a way for web forms on your website to link directly to […]

We’ve already covered how to become a pseudo-developer with business rules in CRM 2013. Today we will talk about moving business rules with static values from development to production. The new functionality in CRM 2013 Business Rules has become a go-to feature for replacing JavaScript. Where in the past, small client side requirements such as […]

Get ready to unleash the power of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 with PowerObjects’ newest PowerPack solution, CRM 2013 PowerGrid. This solution enables CRM 2013 users to search within system and personal views, view pertinent information for the search results in the side reading pane, and edit records within the grid using the inline editing functionality. PowerGrid’s searching functionality […]

  • 1 May 2014
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The PowerWebForm plug-in is one of twenty awesome PowerPack add-ons that provide additional functionality to both CRM 2011 and CRM 2013. This add-on lets CRM users create web forms inside of CRM, post web forms to their website, and pulls form data automatically back into CRM as soon as that form is submitted. As a part of […]

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