June 18, 2018
We all know the work and effort involved in data migration, so we share tips that should help reduce some common issues when performing this work.
May 17, 2018
Clean, reliable data is critical to business success. Do you have what it takes to be a Customer Experience Superhero? Take our quiz to find out!
January 2, 2018
We’ll walk you through a few different methods of visualizing your data in Dynamics 365 and how they can benefit you and your team!
September 29, 2017
Excel templates are a fantastic option for analyzing and presenting Dynamics 365 data in a repeatable manner – learn how to present your data in this blog.
July 12, 2017
In today’s global economy, more and more of our Dynamics 365 customers are rolling out implementations with users in dozens of geographies. Since we haven’t posted a refresher on language
January 25, 2017
Your CRM system is only as valuable as the data that you have in it, and as you begin your Dynamics 365 implementation it’s important to define the KPIs that are important
January 18, 2017
Keeping your CRM for Dynamics 365 system secure is top-of-mind for most organizations. But how can you ensure that your data remains safe from the bad guys? In this episode
January 4, 2017
As of 2016, Microsoft Datacentres are now available in Canada! This expands Microsoft’s trusted cloud services into Canada and offers unprecedented solutions, cost savings, efficiency, productivity and reliability. In today’s episode
November 18, 2016
PowerBI is a great tool for reporting on and analyzing data, from a wide range of sources, including Dynamics 365. To set this up, you must connect to Dynamics 365
November 15, 2016
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 introduced a feature called Form Header which allows you to display fields that can be made visible all the time even when the user vertically scrolls the
November 9, 2016
Your Dynamics 365 system is the lifeblood of your business, which is why it’s so important to make sure your data stays safe, secure, and in-tact. Hear from Alex, our
September 14, 2016
In some organizations, there is a “sibling rivalry” between sales and marketing teams. In most cases, this stems from a lack of transparency between teams and their objectives. So what do