It’s the end of the line for the Dynamics Connector!

I have blogged earlier about the Dynamics Connector and its functionalities. But Microsoft has recently announced that they are pulling the plug on the connector. Moreover, the current Dynamics CRM version 2016 will be the last major version of Dynamics CRM to be supported by the Connector (3.4.304.1). Following Dynamics NAV …

5 Dynamics CRM features in development that will change the entire CRM sector!

The Dynamics CRM roadmap provides a snapshot of what the Dynamics CRM development team is working on. I have highlighted 5 of the new features in development which will truly change the entire CRM sector! The Dynamics CRM roadmap provides a snapshot of what we’re working on in the Dynamics CRM …

Dynamics CRM’s invisible man: the Delegated Administrator

Introduction The Delegated Administrator allows you, as a Dynamics CRM Partner, to gain access to a Dynamics CRM organization or O365 Portal without the requirement of a license whatsoever. Previously the delegated admin could only do administrative tasks,but nowadays he can also do customizations in the Dynamics CRM organization. Do …

The Dynamics CRM app strikes back! Will Resco Mobile CRM loose its main advantage?

For those who have not discovered it yet, Microsoft has launched its Microsoft Dynamics CRM Roadmap. One of the features in “preview”-stage is the Mobile Offline support for the Dynamics CRM app. Until now, this has been one of the biggest USP’s of Resco’s Mobile CRM app. Next to the new …

Setting up Out-of-the-box integration between Dynamics CRM 2016 and Dynamics NAV 2016!

Introduction I have talked earlier about the new OOB integration between Dynamics CRM 2016 and Dynamics NAV 2016. But lets dig deeper into the theoretical setup of this integration and the surrounding architecture. I’ll end with a test case in which I’ll run through the entire setup. Synchronizing Microsoft Dynamics …