Performance Optimization for Dynamics CRM 2011 Clients

This blog will give you all possible information about Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Client, factors which affect the performance of your CRM client and the performance improvement techniques specific to client side layer of CRM architecture. I will…( read more )

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August 20, 2013 · trapti nagar · No Comments
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Dynamics GP Reports Pack

As a veteran GP consultant and an even longer-time GP user, I’ve always been disappointed in the standard reports that come out of the box with GP.  Although the packaged SSRS reports have helped somewhat, even those reports require some tweaking and supplementing to make them cover the broad range of reporting needs that a company has.
I think GP’s standard financial reports are pretty solid, but when it comes to operations reporting, not so much.  I would like to conduct an informal survey of GP users to determine:
1. Do you agree with my opinion of GP Reporting?
2. If you could have all your reporting wishes granted by the GP Genie, what would that list include?

Please leave a comment and tell me what you think and thanks in advance for your valuable feedback!

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August 20, 2013 · Frank Hamelly MCP-GP MCT MVP · No Comments
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Reason of the Day to attend GP Technical Airlift #10

I’ve been asked more than I like to hear “how can I convince my management to let me go?”  The consultant and/or developer sees and understands the benefit to attending the Dynamics GP Technical Airlift, but their management does not.

First, you probably want to gently remind them that if they want you to know how best to position, sell, and implement Dynamics GP, there is no better source of information than direct from Microsoft!

Next, think about what you can get out of it for them.  Is there a developer that you really need to talk to regarding the web client or SSRS or Business Analyzer?  You’ll have the opportunity to talk directly with the team that wrote that specific functionality and pick their minds.

How about hosting?  Are they interested in getting into that?  With our Dynamics GP on Azure session, our Multitenancy sessions, and our web client sessions, you’ll learn all the tricks to get your partner up and running as one of our hosters!  This could open up new, profitable options to your partner, as a hosting provider of Dynamics GP.

What about Office 365?  Do you have plans around a combined Dynamics GP/Office 365 offering?  If not, why not?  You need to come to our session on this and learn why this will be important to the success of your business.  It could be one of the more profitable things that you do in 2014!

And finally, you’ll get the chance to mingle not only with Development, but also our top-notch Support team, or Product Management team, and many of the other Fargo-based teams.  This is their opportunity to send someone to Fargo to really win at business development for the rest of 2103 and all of 2014. 


Come to have fun, come to learn, just come to Fargo!

Are you signed up?
YES?  Great!  We’ll see you here!!

No?  What are you waiting for!!  Get signed up NOW!  And get your co-workers signed up for the other tracks!


Jay Manley

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August 20, 2013 · Jay Manley MSFT · No Comments
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On-demand Webinar: HITB for Dynamics GP – Tidestone Solutions

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Tech Tues: Organizing the SmartConnect Map List

Today’s article is a bit less “techy” but covers a few organization tips that will help clean up how SmartConnect looks once you get a large amount of maps created. All of the grouping and organizing done in the video can be set per user, so each person can customize their view of the maps within SmartConnect.

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August 20, 2013 · Abbey · No Comments
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When to call in an expert?

When to call in an expert?
In any project there comes a point where you need to decide on a ‘DIY” model or whether it is best to call in an expert. How do you make that decision?
When I was growing up you did everything yourself that you could.  There was no ‘career’ (that I knew of) as a residential landscaper as everyone looked after their own yard. You would build gardens, plant trees, water by hand, build a fence, lay your sod etc.   In my street right now there are 5 new homes that are making this decision. 3 homes chose to call in an expert (and pay for it).  These neighbors got to sit back have a coffee and watch experts landscape their gardens. A team of experts turned up with all the tools and machinery they could possibly need. Job done right and fast.  
The other neighbors decided to do it alone. They slaved day after day with wheelbarrows, installing sprinkler systems, pulling weeds, building walls.  I am sure eventually all five gardens will be very fine – but right now there are three great looking gardens – and 2 that are less than great – and yet those 2 ‘not so great’ ones are still working long into each evening while I sip my second chardonnay.
Last week eOne moved into a new office (it is fantastic).  We needed a new keypad lock installed on the front door.  One nameless and very helpful eOne employee stated – ‘that’s easy I have done it before I will install it for you.’ Great – will save $500 and why not?   So 7 hours and 2 trips for new tools later Chris was still fighting with the front door lock and left it in 13 small unassembled pieces.
The next day a locksmith came by to work next door and so Chris grabbed him to take a look. Approximately 7 minutes later the lock was removed and installed.
So the question here is why and when do you decide to use an expert? We like expert doctors, dentists, lawyers and usually accountants. Electricians, plumbers, builders usually. We like bankers and estate agents to know what they are doing.  What about IT? What about IT Reporting? What about IT integration projects?
Something that is unique about the IT world is that we are very prepared to teach our own customers what it is that we know. Imagine calling your plumber and asking for a lesson in installing irrigation so you can do it yourself and not use him?  What about calling you estate agent and asking for a lesson in how to buy a house – so you would not have to use an agent!! Does your doctor give you diagnosis lessons?  The reason why, is that there are hundreds and hundreds of hours and experience going into these people become experts.  
So on your next project do one of the following things:
1.      Seek out top quality training.  It will save you a fortune in both money and time.
2.      Even after training, use an expert where you are out of your depth.
3.      Hand total responsibility to an expert – and you manage the process similar to if you were buying landscaping.  

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August 19, 2013 · Martin · No Comments
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Management Reporter Legacy Connector Company … – azurecurve

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