If you’ve done any custom .NET development against Dynamics CRM you’ve undoubtedly downloaded the Dynamics CRM SDK and run a few of the samples to get a feel for how things work. You’ve probably also noticed that all the .NET samples use one or more assemblies that ship with the SDK to make things work. […]

This blog post is part of an ongoing series on the RxRM initiative at PowerObjects—configuring Microsoft Dynamics CRM to address the highly specialized needs of healthcare organizations. This post features guest blogger Timothy Pratt, Ph.D., Solution Design Consultant for the Health and Life Sciences at PowerObjects. So, why do hospitals and clinics need CRM in […]

Here at PowerObjects, we know that Dynamics CRM is a great fit for just about any department in any business. But did you know that Dynamics CRM is also an awesome fit for a HelpDesk system? In fact, it can do more than many purchased third party HelpDesk systems. How do we know we can […]

Did you know that Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is flexible enough to be used as vendor management software? It can help with the following areas: Gain a 360 degree view of all vendors information, including: contacts and communications Connect vendors to other customer-focused efforts such as, customer records, opportunities, orders, and projects Connect vendors to […]

Hello World! <jk> but I thought it was a funny start to this particular blog. From time to time Microsoft releases some great white papers, and one such paper came out last week: Comparing xRM and Force.com. You can all imagine which way PowerObjects leans J – But this is a nice high level overview […]

Recently I had a privilege to work on a xRM project utilizing CRM 4.0 and SQL Reporting Services to create very complex Business Intelligence reports base on transactional records which were housed inside MS CRM. We had approximately: 25,000 accounts, which were assigned to one or more systemusers through sharing 3,000,000 detail transactional records, linked […]

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