Dynamics CRM Developer/Consultant, great sister and ok friend. I guess I can say I am disruptive. My mind is fuelled by other people’s smarts.
Over the course of time, I had seen many projects struggle with long running workflows. Last month I had the pleasure of presenting one possible solution for eliminating long processes in Dynamics365.
Some very cool people have created the first note taking app for dyslexia!
[Ana's Note] Read this article to find out what's a Lead, how to create one, how to use it and the great value this functionality can bring to your client.
You'll find Nicolle does go into detail and gives you all the info you need for a client presentation, or for exam revision.
Quotes a about giving a personalised experience to your customer.
In this session Nicolle Huntingford presented leads in an unique way. You'll see, I'll show you.
I've also done Quotes.
or, How I got from Quick Find to my own Arquilian Galaxy
Session 9 was our time to reflect on where we are, how much we've learnt and what do we still need to do, in order to pass MB2-717.
For the second part of the session, Clare presented search capabilities in Dynamics 365 CE.
[Ana's note] The master of Microsoft Exams is teaching us how to prep. Pay attention!
As I promised, the ladies are working hard on Dynamics 365 CE functionality. In this session, Jessica Fairclough taught us Views, Charts, and Dashboards.
This article shows how easy is it to use entities and Dynamics 365 analysis tools for any data. Even Jess's running log.
In session 7 we talked about goals and we found a way to involve everyone, add more practice and gain confidence in our skills.
Goals in Dynamics 365 are a way of setting targets, following them through thus organizing your staff's work based on their strong points and their achievements. It's also a good way of making sure they fill in data in CRM.
In session 6, I thought it was time to mention that methodology, patterns and soft skills are just as important as technical skills and we need to acquire these as well, if we are to succeed in the Dynamics world.
This will be a guest post by Chris Huntingford.
Products, Product Families, Units, Price Lists and how they work in Dynamics made Session 4 of our amazing learning series. Even though it's quite technical, I hope you'll find this part of Dynamics interesting. I also hope you like flowers :D.
Welcome to the ins and outs of the Product Catalogue in V9.
Let's talk Business Process Flows, Sales Territories and Currencies to cover off the first module of the Dynamics 365 for Sales manual.
Business Process Flows(BPF) provide a visual indication of what’s going on in the system, how many actions have you done already and what you still have to do in order to finish a particular thing.
I always use DLP when I plan to take a Microsoft Exam.
Dynamics 365 Overview
This evening we started Learn, do, earn with Dynamics 365.
As you probably know, Microsoft is kind enough to offer 30 days trials on Dynamics 365.
Microsoft provides loads of eBooks and PowerPoint presentations that you can use in training and presentations.
For those of you who just landed here, Learn, do, earn with Dynamics365 is a programme designed to get more people into Dynamics365 as well as try to bridge the gender gap in Dynamics.
A massive THANK YOU!
And you should join!
better than chocolate type of good.
Christmas over, New Year’s Eve parties to go!
Ho! Ho! Ho! Here comes Christmas with it’s lights, trees, parties and mulled wine, so no one really has the appetite to read about CRM. That’s fine, we’ll talk about something else!
If you didn’t get much from my previous article, it’s not you, it’s me! I’ve started with elements of Dynamics CRM , without trying to explain why would anyone ever use such a tool.
I was saying? Oh yes, if you are just starting your career, or thinking of changing it, Dynamics 365 might just be suitable for you as described in my previous article (which is also my first).
Spoiler alert: I am not a fan of new year resolutions or articles that go like: ‘10 things to get better at life’, or ‘15 habits you should get rid of’. You know what I mean.
My story comes from believing that everyone can do everything, if they really want to. It’s just that, most people don’t know where to start.