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

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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,

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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

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