One of the benefits of cleaning out a closet and moving a bunch of "must save items" is you get to see what was old is new again!
This is a Lunch and Learn that I presented a few years back in my pre-Microsoft and pre-Enterprise Client days.
One of the benefits of cleaning out a closet and moving a bunch of "must save items" is you get to see what was old is new again!
This is a Lunch and Learn that I presented a few years back in my pre-Microsoft and pre-Enterprise Client days.
I have had the pleasure of learning from and participating in some many awesome events and I realized that sometimes I need to take a minute and say THANK YOU!
This is a shout out to the International Dynamics Communities CRM User Group! Thank You for the fun, learning, sharing and empowerment!
So I was going through my old files and I found the largest PowerPoint I ever generated. I was shocked to see that it was an inch thick! It was presented in the Ingram Micro Solution Center and it had a core focus of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Let's face it, there is a lot to talk about surrounding the industry of awesome Customer Engagement from marketing to service to sales to business to business. Twist in the actual application and all that you can do with the platform and you just can't learn everything in a few quick years. So value your experienced resources.
Put on the hat "Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement" and the dimensions explode. There are so many different angles to think about such as
and the list goes on!
I recently completed a Solution Architecture Assessment engagement and was amazed at all of the categories of discussion and knowledge sharing that bubbled out of a three month, intense, team empowerment project.
So where to start??
Now Live in the US (and soon to come Globally)!
Dynamics 365 Trial Sign Up Service & Customer Engagement Viral Trial
Have you looked at the new trial? Go ahead and sign up to test out the service for all Dynamics 365 apps + viral sign up for Customer Engagement in the United States. This includes Operations, Financials, Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, and Project Service Automation.
Things you should know:
Start at the Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement Developer Center
The CRM Developer Center https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm/crmdevelopercenter.aspx
Download the SDK https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=50032
You also have access to a full suite of training materials by logging into Customer Source https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/northamerica
Or if you are a partner or Microsoft employee
The Partner Learning Portal https://mbspartner.microsoft.com/Landing
You can also reference blogs and link lists within the world of blogs to find even more resources and training such as the Virtual XRM User Group
Lastly there are a set of YOUTUBE VIDEOS that can help, and the Microsoft Dynamics YouTube Channel
XRM in a Nutshell I: Defining the Data-centric Business Application built using Dynamics CRM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbmYhAy3ouM
and this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_WPaHZZk7k
And this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7MRO7ttRIM
What are my options with regards to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement Online Administrator and administrator roles. Is there a role that is not Azure Global Administrator?
“You can now assign a Microsoft Dynamics 365 (online) administrator at the tenant level, in the same way that you manage other Office 365 services such as Exchange, Skype, and SharePoint. The new Dynamics 365 (online) administrator role can manage instances, do Dynamics 365 system admin functions, and access the Dynamics 365 application if they are licensed to use Dynamics 365” https://roadmap.dynamics.com/#application=326f31ea-2992-e611-80dc-c4346bac0910
It is time for a series of questions with answers, because for some reason sometimes the hardest information to find is the answer to simple questions
How many instances can be included in a single Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement Online Tenant?
A tenant can include up to 50 Dynamics 365 (online) production instances and up to 75 non-production (Sandbox) instances. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn722373.aspx
Server Side Mailbox Failures: Errors are stored in the Trace entity, from where you can pick them up so you can send a notification to an Administrator.
So a related question answered is what is the TRACE security setting related to ?
If you have started having difficulty with Microsoft Dynamics CRM or Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement and you are using Internet Explore v11 then you want to make sure you have the latest KBs. The March 20th updates broke a few things, the March 27th updates fixed these.
For Windows 8.1 and 7 SP1 Users
KB4016446 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4016446
KB4016446 Download Link - http://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/search.aspx?q=KB4016446
For Windows 10 users search the catalog for
If you have other Internet Explorer Issues then you might want to walk through this set of Articles.
Internet Explorer: Web application requirements for Microsoft Dynamics 365 https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh699710.aspx
Internet Explorer: FAQ for IT Pros https://technet.microsoft.com/itpro/internet-explorer/ie11-faq/faq-for-it-pros-ie11
Microsoft Edge Deployment Guide for IT Pros https://technet.microsoft.com/itpro/microsoft-edge/index
Compatibility Changes in IE 11 https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/bg182625(v=vs.85).aspx
If you like video
How about Building an xRM (Anything Relationship Management) Solution in a three part video series.
AND Does your Enterprise have access to http://www.pluralsight.com?
Well there are some awesome Dynamics developer classes via plural sight, put together and released by David Yack.
One place to look for information regarding leveraging the Microsoft Dynamics 365 PLATFORM is in the Microsoft Dynamics Software Developer Toolkit (SDK). The Microsoft development teams have included a wealth of samples, knowledge and tips inside the SDK.
With Microsoft Dynamics 365 we have three areas to consider and this post is about the third
1) Configuration : Walking through a series of questions found in the settings section (Business, Admin, Data, Services, etc.) of the platform, you can change how the system reacts based on your answers.
2) Customization : Using a business interface add new tables, fields, views, charts, dashboards and data entry forms.
3) Extension : Writing additional code to extend the powerful Dynamics 365 Platform to meet even more business needs.
So what are some of the resources available to you and things to consider when it comes to Extending the Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform.
AND BECAUSE you want to write the absolute BEST extensions possible, and you want it to be something that any other Dynamics developer can praise, you also tap into the following community shared wonderful practices shared by Minal:
You have heard the buzz about Microsoft Dynamics 365, but you are not really sure what it is all about. Is it Customer Relationship Management (CRM) or Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) or something in between or better yet something beyond?
You are thinking that perhaps you have or are using applications that are holding you back, that need to be upgraded or replaced. You are perhaps reconsidering what you are getting out of the technology you currently have. You want to leverage more of the power of the cloud and more from the latest and greatest technologies. You want to be empowered by technology to help you make even more business decisions.
You can start planning now to attend Microsoft Envision the week of September 25, 2017.
Book your tickets to Orlando, FL! Start thinking about interviewing and aligning the right internal and external people and teams for your project. Think about your business processes and at a minimum start documenting what you do today and what you want to be doing tomorrow. Pick the right product, one that can grow with you and can be configured AND extended to meet your needs. Honor the three People, Product and Processes to a successful project.
Come Swim in the Sun in Orlando!
And think about these awesome words from the Microsoft Envision Website
“Longevity in this business is about being able to reinvent yourself or invent the future.” Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft
NOW RELEASED and To sum it up in one little sentence
"Relationship Insights leverages the data-integration and artificial-intelligence capabilities built into Azure to combine and analyze your Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Outlook data" -365Blog
And just think this is part of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online - OH The potential, the power, the depth of new insights
If you want to read more about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online Relationship Insights then check out this blog post that the team wrote up when the feature was in preview.
A bottleneck (in the world of data) is a point where the flow of data is restricted or stopped entirely. When you remove one bottleneck, the data then flows until it hits the next bottlenecks.
The challenge is then to find your bottlenecks, eliminating each and then eliminating the ones that you find once the upstream bottlenecks are removed.
Ideally you want to move the bottleneck to the point where it is simply hitting how fast a user can work.
So where do we start?
One starting place is to prove that Microsoft Dynamics CRM does not have an application bottleneck. To do this a subset of awesome people did some testing on Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. They published their findings in this new White Paper: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2016 Update 1 Performance Benchmark
Take a Look
ZDoNotUse - (original name)
ZToBeDeleted - (original name)
ZNotinUse - (original name)
ZDepreciated - (original name)
The power of the Z's. Why Z? When you tag a field with the first letter Z and your sort alphabetically the field or entity or view or chart or dashboard appears at the bottom of the list.
When you browse field in Advanced find, the fields starting with Z appear at the bottom of the list and when you are looking to do a quick cleanup, having all fields you want to delete start with Z can make life just a little bit easier.
So why would you flag a field ZToBeDeleted - (original name)? Why not just delete the field?
Well, if you have not experienced this first hand, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Build and Release processes MERGE, so if you delete a field in your development environment and you don't delete that field in your test environment, then the field will still exist after your build and release.
It should be noted that there are MANY different types of builds and releases and managed solutions bring a different dimension into this conversation, so let's just assume unmanaged solutions and manual build and release (for the sake of this conversation)
If you train your team to name every field that needs to be depreciated ZToBeDeleted - (original name) and you define a process where you then delete these in batch in ALL environments, then you can save yourself numerous hours of detective work.
The other tidbit is to mark any fields that are labeled with a Zxxxx - (original name) with an unchecked SEARCHABLE AND the awesome team at Microsoft slipped in a little handy trick for doing this quickly. You can now select a set of fields and use BULK EDIT to change three things.
1) AUDIT Yes/No
2) SEARCHABLE Yes/No
3) REQUIRED Yes/No
"Relevance Search brings a more Bing-like, global search experience to your mission critical business applications (think Dynamics 365) powered by Azure Search! "
Want to deep dive on this relatively new cool?
"Search within Documents in Dynamics 365: One of the best new capabilities of Relevance Search is that you can now search for text in a document stored in Dynamics 365! These include documents in a Note and Attachments on an Email or Appointment. We support several document formats, including Microsoft Office (Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, etc), PDFs, EML, HTML/XML, ZIP, and rich text format (RTF). "
So it has been two months since Editable Grids were released (approximately) and there was a great wave of HURRAY's at the time.
For those online, just another awesome plus added to your environment.
For those on premise, it is time to move! Technology is moving too fast not to get into the fast lane so you can help your business stay always current with the latest and greatest options.
If you want to read more about editable grids, Sonoma Partners has a great little write up
In my last post I talked about keeping up with what's coming (https://roadmap.dynamics.com) but I want to talk a little bit more about how I keep up.
One of the tricks is to know and understand the real versioning or the back channel versioning that you can see when you select HELP/ABOUT in the software.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 actually includes all features/functions/updates/service packs of version 8.2.x.xxxx
So consider the growth from the last numerous years
and all the version in between and now we are at v8.2.0.000
The Microsoft Dynamics team recently posted more insight on this concept of Updates in the following post
I have been working at Microsoft now for four and half years and one of the most awesome benefits of this is the learning culture and we get to attend TechReady and/or watch TechReadyTV. This is a time when internal resources are ramped up on all the latest and greatest and get opportunities to mix and mingle with the various product team members, program managers, visionaries, architects and more. We also get to get our questions answered and to build powerful relationships that help as we work with our clients. Go OneMicrosoft.
So I can't talk about the details, but I can tell you that: Well WOW, you will not believe what is coming on the Dynamics platform and this is also motivation to go look at what was just released in December 2016.
The increased internal recognition and appreciation for Microsoft Dynamics 365 as a powerful line of business application platform and the investment in adding to the platform in the same, great supported manner, just continues to blow me away. I also LOVE, LOVE, LOVE how closely the Dynamics R&D Team members are working with the other R&D teams, like the AZURE Teams and the Office 365 teams and so much more.
The platform power together and the speed in which it is growing (major options every 6 months), just sends shivers down my back.
You can keep your eye on the growth at https://roadmap.dynamics.com
Put your learning hat on and Embrace the change and growth.
You love this, you hate that, if only it could do xxxx!! You can submit your ideas to the team.
Check out the fairly new IDEAS PORTAL.
Help to improve Microsoft Dynamics 365 and its family of products and solutions by discussing ideas, providing suggestions, and giving feedback.
The team behind Dynamics 365 makes time to share, but some times goodies slip under the bridge and out of site. This post is to raise awareness of the CRM Team Blog and some f the goodies on GitHub for cool shares.
"I’m pleased to announce we have published two new mobile samples to GitHub.
Both of these samples demonstrate the same ActivityTracker functionality provided by earlier samples. They have been updated to use the Dynamics CRM Web API and they support iOS9 and Android 6 platforms. The iOS application is written using Swift 2, rather than Objective C.
ActivityTracker is a reference scenario for the sample apps. ActivityTracker helps a user quickly search for contacts, access recent contacts and easily report ‘check-in’ activities in CRM. It is designed for sales and customer service professionals to quickly access and update information on the go. With the published source code, the app can be easily modified by developers for your own scenarios and requirements.
For both samples, you will find complete instructions about how to build the sample applications. Find them here:
Learn more at https://msdn.microsoft.com/dynamics/crm/mobilesdk. "
Dynamics 365 (online) users have a great new way to find what they are looking for. Relevance Search brings a powerful Bing-like, global search experience to your mission critical business applications powered by Azure Search!
Are you ready to exceed the expectations of the 72% of customers who expect a response to a posted complaint in under 1 hour?
Thanks to one of my associates, Nick Fratello, for taking the time and energy to put this little video together which shows how to
Microsoft Dynamics 365 is PACKED with powerful features that are fully configurable and can also be extended. Additionally a huge amount of resources, talent and energy are going into adding even more. If you want to keep up with the Microsoft Dynamics Development teams keep an eye on both the development team blogs and on the official Microsoft Dynamics Roadmap
Dynamics CRM is not just C or X Relationship Management (CRM or xRM) anymore and as such the expansion to Microsoft Dynamics 365!
I must be getting old for I am having more of the Carousel experiences of life.
Take for instance that one of the benefits of getting older is that you get to walk into situations where you have been before. You have multiple similar experiences to draw from based on many other projects. It is a gift to clients, because some processes that are less efficient can be avoided and they get more cream of the crop (potentially).
So the thought of the day?
When defining user stories, gathering requirements, detailing out the current processes of the day. Think really, really hard about defining the specific issues, problems and current state without including the solution.
Ideally what you want is a team solution. A solution that pulls from the experiences of all members of the team. This is harder than it sounds, because it requires that each person really listens to and understands the full scope of the problem. It then requires that the team jointly agrees on the issue or problems and once agreed, solutioning can begin.
Solutioning will need to include the technical best choices and training among the team on the strengths and weakness as well as the business best choices.
Now in an ideal world this would all be done with any egos parked at the door, but rarely is this the reality. People have strong opinions. Humans are designed to compete or culturally trained to compete and thoughts outside of the comfort zones, make people uncomfortable. Mix in the awesome power of diversity and the energy can get very confused.
YET when this energy is aligned and diversity and multiple opinions come together as one. Amazing happens.
So keep stretching for Amazing and keep learning, because the more we push ourselves to learn outside our comfort zones, the more we learn to listen and hear and the more we learn to share, the better the experiences will be!
The Dynamics Communities 2017 CRM User Group schedule for the Washington D.C. Area has been posted.
Get out and mix and mingle in 2017 on the following dates:
Automatic testing is a bit of a niche skill and every application is different in terms of what is needed or what tools can be used. In this situation I depend on knowledge shared, because there is absolutely no reason that we can't learn from each other. Following please find some notes from the field on Microsoft Dynamics "CRM" Automated Testing
Knowledge shared is a powerful skill in the world of technology. It requires that you admit that you might be wrong, that you might have more to learn and that being vulnerable is worth the risk. Yes, it is very much worth the risk in this crazy fast paced world of growth.
Tools that the field mentioned:
Sessions discussing Automated Testing
Other Videos in this arena
It is a whole new world!
"See how analytics and built-in intelligence will make you and your organization more productive and processes more efficient & effective" with Dynamics 365
You are starting to hear about Microsoft Dynamics 365 and you want to learn a bit more?
There is nothing like connecting with other people who are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the best way to do this is to get involved in the Dynamics Communities.
How do you get started? Check out http://www.crmug.com and signup for the upcoming local chapter meeting
The next meeting in Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. Area is on November 16 at the Cobalt Office in Alexandria. Full Details and registration here. This is a special meeting and it is in Virginia.
Most meetings in the D.C area are in the Microsoft Chevy Chase Office and if you want specific chapter information check out: http://www.crmug.com/washington
You now have the capability to use service level agreements (SLAs) for entities apart from Case
OH You are not using SLA's for cases yet either ... Well .. they are a unique learning area and you need to understand the strengths and version 1.0 variables. So tune up the grey matter and take a look at some of the following posts.
The awesome Jesper Osgaard has a great write up on how MSE has met the much demanded need to listen to RSS and Atom Feeds ..
"Custom sources offer a way to get additional data from your favorite public RSS and Atom feeds. You can create search topic rules and filters to gain further insight into all your sources"
Is it time to listen to what is being said about your company?
22 Hours, 44 Minutes and 48 Seconds to the official kick off of CRMUG Summit 2016 under the cloudless skies of Tampa.
Saturday, Sunday & Monday included deep dive Academy training with field veterans ... Definitely a LEARNING packed week. AND here is the key, when you dive into the world of business applications learning and growing is what it is all about. Customers can leverage technology, in addition to their people and their business processes to kick it up a number of notches and we all need those extra notches in this crazy world.
How Can you Get More?
Add learning initiatives, support growth, hold people accountable to share what they learned.
Remember what it is like to teach someone else? To teach you really have to understand, so how do you know what people retained from a conference? Have them teach it to their peers who didn't get to go this time.
What about all those contacts? Well they often don't mean much unless there is follow-up. The idea is not only to meet people, but to build new relationships. How do you build new relationships? You stay in contact, you see each other each year, you participate.
A few resources to ramp up on all that is new in Knowledge Management in Microsoft CRM 8.1.0.00xx (2016 Spring Release)
You will also want to ramp up on the new Interactive Service Hub (ISH) which offers even more access to the wealth of data in Microsoft CRM.
Microsoft CRM supports tracking of e-mail messages and e-mail messages often come with attachments. If you want to prevent Microsoft CRM from storing an e-mails attachments you can set the file size within Configuration to 0.
What if you don't want to block all attachments or what if you inherited a system that has a ton of attachments stored in the database?
You can purge e-mail attachments from the CRM Database.
Take a look at the EMEA Support Teams Blog Post on the subject for more.
Microsoft CRM is tightly married to Microsoft Excel and as such some of the EXCEL functions can come in very handy.
When putting together a demonstration system check out the RANDBETWEEN() Function for generating random numbers in Excel. It can also be used for randomly picking values from a list and many other derivatives.
In Microsoft CRM you can have many knowledge base articles associated to a case, but what if you wanted to always associate a specific article to a specific case based on the type of case?
This can be done using CONFIGURATION.
Create a new N:1 relationship between Case and Article. This sets up the field for the CASE form to associate 1 article to the case. Once the relationship is configured, add the relationship to the CASE form of your choice.
Most likely you don't want to select and pick the article when you create the case (although that is an option), but rather you want the system to automatically associate the article based on the case type.
To do this you would add a process of type workflow that looks at the case type and appends the article you indicate. It is important to realize that an article can not be appended to the case until the case is created and as such the order in which the workflow fires is a variable.
Items to Consider
If you don't know what you get out of the box, then you might be inclined to ignore all the greatness and create your own entities. This is an option, but what it tends to bypass are all of the OOB integrations and small enhancements that offer some incredible power.
Take for instance "Case" and "Case Resolution" These two entities are a married pair. The first tracks the incoming details on any specific case and the second tracks all of the different derivatives of the resolution to that case.
For instance a case can be cancelled with a reason or it can be completed with a failure or a success.
It should be noted that when closing a case, the configuration offers choices. The status reasons can be modified for each Status of ACTIVE and INACTIVE.
Microsoft CRM and Calculate Fields offers some real power for adding scoring to a specific record.
Take for instance a situation where five different departments work on a specific opportunity. You can configure the system so that each department adds a score to the opportunity record, such as a value from 1 (great fit) to 5 (Gaps), and the system can then add up these five scores and give the opportunity a more realistic probability for close.
Total Score : (Calculated by the System) 15
Now tie the 15 to a business rule that sets the opportunity to Hot Fit (Red), Warm fit (Orange), Cold Fit (Blue)
If Total Score =>1 and <=5 then set Opportunity Fit to "Hot Fit (Red)"
If Total Score >5 and <=15 then set Opportunity FIt to "Warm Fit (Orange)"
If Total Score >15 and <=25 then set Opportunity Fit to "Cold Fit (Blue)"
You can even set the "colors" on the option set values for some super cool feature growth ...
Did you know there are more field services technicians in the US then sales people in the entire world?
Field One took Microsoft CRM and mastered the platform. What does this really mean? Mastering the platform?
Microsoft CRM as a platform is a parallel growth paradigm. The product grows and matures every day as the developers on the Microsoft teams build, define, refine and release while the teams (external partners, ISVs, other resources) building extended solutions are doing the same. Each team must work closely with the vision of today and the visions of the future. Decisions are not just meeting a requirement or request, they are meeting a requirement or a request in a manner that fits into this parallel growth.
Field One Mastery (now under the Microsoft Umbrella) continues to offer incredible, already mastered, solutions to some of the most complex field services organizations.
So what do the developers work on, if the above is already so well matured and defined?
Oh there is so much more that just flows into what you have as time goes one.
Consider the Microsoft Platform and all that is available.
Consider Machine Learning and Predictive analysis and the speed in which Microsoft Azure offerings are growing. Consider Microsoft Portal and Microsoft Project Services within CRM and, and, and ....
So if you have not taken a few minutes to start thinking about Field Services then perhaps it is time to start? Take a look at Field One.
If you have not had a chance to see the incredible new functionality of Project Services then this little video is worth the 5 minutes that it takes to watch it.
There is so much that I don't know and yet, what I do know I am willing to share.
When I share I learn, I like to learn, others learn, I like to teach, we all learn. I like it when we all learn.
Why is learning so scary to so many?
Learning, Learning, Learning
5 Features in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 8.1.0.xxxx (aka CRM 2016 Spring Release) to think on
1) INTERACTIVE: The new interactive experience offers redesigned forms that help users experience CRM in a whole new way. This is a new interface with new potential so if you have been working with Dynamics CRM for years you will want to expand your thinking and your back pocket of options. You don't have to delete how you use to do things, you just have even more options to meet the demands of today. Start by looking at the configuration of your system. Look within your CRM Solution and the settings on each entity. You will see Options for Entity. (step one for your new road of enlightenment)Consider this summary from the CRM Help and Training Guide (there is help and training available)
2) C O L O R S: Sometimes Themes and Colors really make a HUGE difference, people like colors. So when you dive into your configuration and you are looking at your entities understand that you have a number of layers of different options when it comes to themes and colors. For CRMOL users there are theme settings for the whole system in https://portal.office.com and for all CONFIGURATION users there are color settings on entities and layered throughout. You can go as deep as setting colors on values in option sets and oh you can have so much fun!
3) CHANGE TRACKING: Not as new as Spring 2016, but new enough to mention that it exists and what it is given that they slipped it in without too much fanfare. This is a new option in the SDK that allows a developer to tap into a drip feed of changes for integration into other systems and other cool developer type techniques. A NEW SDK feature that is worthy of understanding. You can enable change tracking on a specific entity or on all entities. To read more on change tracking tap into the CRM DEVELOPER CENTER.
4) SOLUTIONS: When adding ENTITIES to Solutions, when in doubt or if you have not learned the strengths and yet to be matured areas of the new solution options then CHECK the ADD ALL ASSETS option.
5) Discover PROJECT SERVICES: a managed solution available from the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team that offers incredibly deep resource management and project alignment. Gone are the days of using the external Microsoft Project software for CRM projects - USE CRM ! Your entire project team will get hands on day to day use of the software they are deploying for their customer.
One of my greatest passions is helping and learning. Today as I walked the bridges of information helping where I can and learning, I discovered a few new links that are worth tucking into your CRM back pocket.
There is a new tool in town for solving the complexity of issues in this world of many, many different applications and just as many versions of applications and operating systems.
announced release of a CRM diagnostic scenario included in the
So take a stroll and learn a little and along the way pay it forward.
I might have to take some time away from projects to go to this intimate and intense seminar that includes not only training, but also real life sharing from the field.
If you are working with Dynamics CRM then this is a must attend.
In case you have not heard Microsoft Announces the SPRING WAVE of Microsoft CRM 2016 with FieldOne and ADXStudio integration.
Did you know you can learn even more now?
Check out the FieldOne Case studies and learning center here!
Check out the ADXStudio Community here.
Now this session looks like a real winner!
Given all the BUZZ coming out of Envision it looks like the conference was a success in meeting it's goals of sharing the vision!
If You Are Planning for Next Year?
If you’re a business leader who is charged with making or influencing key business decisions within your organization, you’ll gain tremendous value at Microsoft Envision. You’ll find a depth of resources here that will help you not only come away better positioned for your future, but help you discover how to take advantage of solutions today that will deliver immediate results to your business.
New technologies are rapidly transforming the world. Businesses that understand the available technologies—and anticipate what’s coming next—are able to quickly leap ahead. Microsoft Envision gives you the insights you need to take advantage of the evolving business landscape.
Find out more about how Microsoft Envision can help business, marketing, sales, finance, customer service, operations and IT leaders across a variety of industries excel."