CRMHobbit’s Dynamics CRM Blog — 2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Thank you very much for visiting in 2012, and I have some great things in store for 2013!!

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 4,700 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 8 years to get that many views.

Click here to see the complete report.

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Windows 8 & CRM 2011 – Great Resources From Across the CRM Community

In honor of the Windows 8 launch, I wanted to share some of my favorite resources to be found in regards to Dynamics CRM 2011 and Windows 8. These articles are written by some of the best and brightest in the CRM Community. I sincerely appreciate the time and effort which was taken to test, retest and understand the nuances of this new OS and its impact on Dynamics CRM 2011. Continue reading “Windows 8 & CRM 2011 – Great Resources From Across the CRM Community”

Planning and Executing an Effective CRM Solution Review

When a client facing review of the CRM solution is scheduled, there are a number of best practices which greatly improve the chances of giving the customer that “WOW” moment.  There are a number of practices that I have employed which resulted in great success in achieving client satisfaction during implementations. Continue reading “Planning and Executing an Effective CRM Solution Review”

eXtremeCRM Conference Recap – Day 3

I had the opportunity to attend the eXtreme CRM conference this week in Las Vegas, NV.  This is the final in a series of blog posts, I will recap my activities and observations from Day 3 of the conference, including an overall summary of the conference experience.  You can also take a look at my quasi-live tweeting of my conference experience at http://twitter.com/crmhobbit. Continue reading “eXtremeCRM Conference Recap – Day 3”

eXtremeCRM Recap – Day 2 or What’s in the CRM Roadmap?

I had the opportunity to attend the eXtreme CRM conference this week in Las Vegas, NV.  This is the second of a series of blog posts, I will recap my activities and observations from Day 2 of the conference, focusing on the keynote presentation focusing on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Roadmap.  You can also take a look at my quasi-live tweeting of my conference experience at http://twitter.com/crmhobbit. Continue reading “eXtremeCRM Recap – Day 2 or What’s in the CRM Roadmap?”

eXtreme CRM Recap – Day 1

I had the opportunity to attend the eXtreme CRM conference this week in Las Vegas, NV.  The first of a series of blog posts, I will recap my activities and observations during the conference.  You can also take a look at my quasi-live tweeting of my conference experience at http://twitter.com/crmhobbit. Continue reading “eXtreme CRM Recap – Day 1”

Visual Studio 2012 – Great new features for Web and CRM 2011 development

by Shawn Tabor

The recent release of Visual Studio 2012 offers a number of great enhancements that will improve standard web development as well as CRM development.

Features of note for the CRM developer include:

Note: In order to install the current CRM Developer Toolkit with Visual Studio 2012, the MSI has to be edited to modify the registry key which points to Visual Studio 2010. A great step by step article was written on this very topic and can be found by clicking here. Continue reading “Visual Studio 2012 – Great new features for Web and CRM 2011 development”