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I’m a BIG fan of Shinola a Detroit based company that is most widely known for their popular watches.  ‘Shinola was conceived in 2011 with the belief that products should be made by hand and built to last.’ – www.shinola.com This got me thinking that isn’t everything we do completely dependent to time.  Time is the most precious resource we all have.  Almost every important decision is...

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Microsoft takes the title this year from longtime defending champion Salesforce.com.  Analysts gave the company high marks in company direction (4.5).  Ragsdale notes that “Microsoft is heavily investing in {its} CRM platform., adding sophistication across sales, marketing, and service, and as a result is seeing increased adoption by large enterprises.  “Wettemann singles out as strengths the “Parature service capabilities and knowledge base” as well as “integration...

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In a world where buying decisions are made before you can even engage, salespeople must adapt. A sales solution needs to help salespeople become trusted advisors, facilitating their ability to adapt by helping them sell effectively in this new world. The combination of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, Office 365, and Power BI drives sales productivity by making teams highly connected and collaborative. Watch video To learn more,...

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I ran into an interesting problem today while working on a client’s CRM 2015 system. Every time I try to edit the custom entity to make a modification, I kept getting the following error message when saving the form. Error Object doesn’t support property or method ‘tolocalestring’ The form wouldn’t save any of my changes.  I researched the error message above and got to this thread. https://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/c1a0a15a-9022-4f1c-ac34-a36fab949e6e/object-doesnt-support-property-or-method-tolocalestring-when-trying-to-save-the-customization?forum=crmdevelopment Nothing too promising. ...

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From now until May 29, 2015, new Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online customers and existing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online customers that purchase new licenses can receive $200 for each new Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online eligible license purchased. Customers can put this towards partner services, MCS, end user training – whatever they wish. The rebate is available for up to a maximum of 250 seats per customer....

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We recently attended Microsoft Convergence, in Atlanta, GA, and it addressed some of the most important issues facing business leaders today. Strategic sessions were provided by Microsoft executives, including the impressive CEO Satya Nadella, as well and marketing pioneer Seth Godin. They collectively offered fresh new perspectives and innovative solutions, including: How organizations have shifted to an insights and data-driven culture What it means to...

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