Meet Technical Architect Jason Lattimer
Meet Jason Lattimer, Technical Architect at Stoneridge Software! Jason brings a perspective to Dynamics 365 CRM solutions that few can provide. As a long-time thought leader with Dynamics CRM (since the very first versions), Jason has more than 20 years of software development, Dynamics CRM, and Power Platform experience. He has worked directly with Microsoft on the platform roadmap, capabilities, and more. Jason has done it all and seen it all!
Q: What do you like best about being a Technical Architect?
A: I like that every project and implementation is unique and has different challenges to solve.
Q: Why is this role important to a client project?
A: Technical Architects play a critical role in implementations. They have to look at the big picture, the business need, and the functional design, and then bring the technical approach, patterns, and tools together that are needed to create your Dynamics 365 CRM implementation. Additionally, Technical Architects have the expertise to right-size and scale your solutions without under or over-engineering.
Q: What would you want to do if you weren't a Technical Architect?
A: I would do something that doesn't involve the daily use of a computer but still allows me to make things.
Q: What was your dream job when you were a kid?
A: I wanted to be a video game developer when I was a kid!
“Jason brings a wealth of development experience and CRM best practices to Stoneridge and as a 9-time Dynamics CRM MVP, he brings a history with the Dynamics 365 CRM platform that is unmatched. Paired with our existing team of architects and developers, Jason will further cement our commitment to technical excellence and tenacity in helping our clients transform the way they work.” - Matt Van Dyke, Director of Customer Engagement Consulting at Stoneridge.