Another year, another round of great blogs! Here at Stoneridge, we published over 150 blog posts in 2018, including many on the topic of CRM. As
The entire CRM team at Stoneridge is very excited about what is coming in the Dynamics 365 (CRM) Fall Release. Because it’s a 245-page document we wanted to give a summary of some of the key new features and improvements we are most excited for in D365 (CRM) for Sales and Marketing.
Rollup fields can be tricky. Learn the nuances on our blog.
3. Going Beyond Advanced Find, Views, and XRM Toolbox: Using View Designer and FetchXML Builder with Dynamics CRM
Take advantage of all the tools in your XRM Toolbox.
One question we receive on a regular basis since Microsoft introduced workflow processes to CRM is how can they be monitored by a CRM admin or a general end-user? Read our blog to find out.
The Dynamics 365 App for Outlook will eventually replace the CRM Outlook Client. The new name for the Outlook client is “Dynamics 365 for Outlook add-in”. Check out our blog to see how to install and use this app for your system.
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