I’m back

Sorry for the absence and I am going to have a hard time catching up with everything that has been released by Microsoft and all the various MSCRM blogs.

However, we have never been so busy with everyone who has been waiting for CRM 3.0 now wanting to look and the demand seems to be increasing. We are completing the implementations of CRM for customers who took advantage of the pre 3.0 offer (we had a very successful last quarter of 2005) and are booking work through March and April already.

I tend to use this blog for my own purposes to list useful fixes and information that I can refer back to i.e. it’s my own knowledgebase. Looking back, however,  over the past couple of months I have just been linking to information as it has been posted, which is understandable with 3.0 being released,  but I hope to include some more insights of upgrading and implementing 3.0 as well as issues surrounding our business which is centred on MSCRM and how that is changing.

An example of this is while I have been absent I have been looking at various MSCRM related issue such how to develop using the SDK both in terms of what hardware and software is needed and also how to code using the SDK. An in depth post is planned.


About Julian Sharp

I have worked with Dynamics CRM/365 since 2004 and have been involved in over 100 CRM projects. I am a Dynamics 365 MCT and teach Dynamics 365 and Azure in the UK and across Europe
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