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Leon Tribe
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Blog Post: Passing MB5-705 - Managing #MSDynamics Implementations http://bit.ly/1CR0mJe  #MSDynGP #MSDynCRM #MSDynAX #MSDynNAV
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Blog Post: Forrester Trajectories for Enterprise CRM: 2008-2015 http://bit.ly/1CtwWQU  #msdyncrm #salesforce #oracle #SAPCRM #pegasystems
Every now and again, Forrester or Gartner release a report on the comparative strengths of the market leading CRM systems. Forrester has just put out their “The Forrester Wave™: CRM Suites For Large Organizations, Q1 2015”. I...
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Blog Post: A Codeless Alert System for #msdyncrm http://bit.ly/1C3FqBE
A common requirement for JavaScript on CRM forms is to pop up a warning when a record opens. Perhaps it is an account marked as a bad credit risk in the ERP system or perhaps it is a case overdue for a response. Whatever the ...
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Blog Post: Book Review - #msdyncrm Customization Essentials http://bit.ly/1BqMdFb
Introduction and Disclaimer Packt are an interesting organisation. They are an online-only publisher who actively approach subject matter experts to write books in a profit-sharing arrangement. I have not written for them but...
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Blog Post: Why Do We Need CRM Systems? http://bit.ly/1C2jOIm #msdyncrm
I recently presented the “Conference Room Pilot” (sometimes reduced to the inauspicious acronym ‘CRP’) for a system we are implementing. In essence, a CRP is a review of the system before it is put through user acceptance tes...
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Blog Post: Faking #msdyncrm JavaScript Codelessly http://bit.ly/1Adp3Ve
I am quite a fan of not using code where possible and where practical. However, there is no point sacrificing code if the user experience makes the system unusable. CRM 2013/2015 gives us a few tools in our kitbag for avoidin...
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Blog Post: CRM - Corpse Relationship Management http://bit.ly/1xWbqcs #msdyncrm
A recent project highlighted some of the newer features of Dynamics CRM so I thought running through some of the key aspects of the project to show what can be done in CRM 2013/2015. The Project The British Research Academy ...
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Blog Post: Marc's Lemonade Stand 2015 (review of #salesforce cashflow) http://bit.ly/1xfUFbN
Last year, around this time, I wrote about Marc’s Lemonade Stand. This was my attempt to demystify the cash flow of Salesforce. From their annual reports we know they have not made a profit for four years so how do they stay ...
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Blog Post: #Salesforce - Newton's Second Law http://bit.ly/1EZnZlG (Quarterly Earnings Review)
The end of another financial year draws to a close for Salesforce and, as usual, I am doing my post-game analysis. Unlike the previous quarter, Marc is being very consistent so, for people like me, looking for the patterns, t...
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Blog Post: Setting Up Handy Links in #msdyncrm 2013/2015 http://bit.ly/1MJZZIL
Something which is often requested by client, but which has been difficult to do is set up handy URL links on a CRM form. Before CRM 2013, the best you could do was add web links in as reports. While this worked, it was not o...
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Blog Post: The Samsung #GalaxyTabS 10.5: A #Windows User's Experience http://bit.ly/1BDMDVR
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Blog Post: An Improved Codeless Address Finder http://bit.ly/1yghyKj #msdyncrm
Back in 2011, I showed how, by using filtered lookups, it was possible to make an address finder. While instructive in showing how filtered lookups worked, one shortcoming in the approach was that the address fields had to be...
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  • Oakton
    Principal Consulting, CRM, present
  • NEC
    NSW CRM Practice Lead
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