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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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Of course there are general guidelines or best practices you should be following when creating Custom Reports for CRM, either SQL or FetchXML reports. Indeed you should be following them and somehow avoid certain problems you may encounter yourself facing if you don’t. But, no matter those recommendations there will be someone out there, or yourself; because of the nature of the requirement for the...

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Normally it’s fairly easy to delete a field in CRM by going into the Customization tool, going to the “Fields” section on the entity, and then selecting your field for deletion. Sometimes, you will see the following error: Cannot delete Field because one or more components require it. By clicking on the “Details“, you can see a list of components that are dependent on that field (the field may be...

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NuSoft Solutions  is honored to have been selected as this year’s 2015 Technology winner from Corp! Magazine’s annual DiSciTech Awards. “When Michigan’s footprint in digital, science or technology is brought up, the word “innovation” is inevitably mentioned. These impressive companies have worked diligently, some over the past few years and some for decades, to create company cultures seeped in that word.” says Karen Dybis of Corp! Magazine. Those who struggle...

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