With CRM 2016, came the Web API; a new endpoint allowing the creation, deletion, update and retrieval of CRM data. While Microsoft has stated that the old 2011 endpoint will remain in order to support backwards compatibility, it has been deprecated, and ideally should not be used for new development.
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When it comes to displaying images on your web portal powered by ADX studio, ADX recommends the use of attachment notes as a storage for images. This approach comes with a lot of benefits since it allows the storage of images with various sizes and aspect ratios. The disadvantage of this approach is that it’s rather cumbersome in CRM directly. It provides a rather detached experience when assigning images to entities that in one way or the other will be used as visual assets on the portal.
While it is commonly suggested that IExecutionContext.Depth should be used to prevent infinite loops in your plugins, IExecutionContext.SharedVariables can give you finer control over what your plugins are doing, in certain cases. Even better, Shared Variables provide a way to pass values from one plugin to another, as long as they’re in the same sequence of steps for a particular message.
The new kid on the block has arrived. Microsoft announced, yesterday, the release of the newest version of its Customer Relationship Management (CRM) product, called Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016. This release is said to be Microsoft’s most comprehensive offering yet, supporting a new era of customer engagement.
As a technical consultant, you see the various CRM systems up close & personal as well as learn where one system excels relative to the others. In general, one is not necessarily better than other; it often comes down to a customer’s unique set of requirements.
As technology continues to evolve in every department of a company, technically-savvy employees are going to become more valuable than ever before. With this shift, IT is becoming an integral part of the sales and marketing process.
The customer is becoming the center of the buying experience. What was once separated between a sales pipeline and a marketing pipeline is now being combined into one process, not only for the betterment of marketing and sales departments, but the customer, too. Sales and marketing should be positioned as partners, not rivals.
There are several ways for companies to grow; they can increase revenue, cut costs or a do combination of the two. And although every company wants to grow, obtaining measurable results requires dedication, including having a dynamic, focused sales team. The trick is keeping team members motivated and on the hunt for their next contract or client.