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Monthly Archives: December 2014

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The world has changed dramatically over the last 20 years regarding how people and companies purchase goods & services and distributors need to adjust to these changes to stay competitive.

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Here’s what implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM can do for your customers:

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Are you concerned about AmazonSupply.com? If you are a Wholesale Distributor you should be, just ask your local bookstore.

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There’s no need to make selecting a CRM solution complicated. Chances are, there are elements of your business that can be improved drastically by the right system.

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Often times a customized Microsoft Dynamics CRM system will contain several custom reports written with SQL or fetchXML.  When working with relational data, there are often multiple ways to query the data.

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If you are seeing Microsoft publish articles and emails about various systems going “End of Support” (and Lord knows they are everywhere these days…!) – it’s for a reason:

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Whenever there is a new release of CRM, I’m often asked if there are any technical gaps between the Online & onPremise product that would drive a client to pick one over the other.  For the most part there isn’t, but I did find some gaps within the Microsoft CRM reporting capabilities.

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This week Microsoft announced the general availability of the latest update to Microsoft Dynamics CRM; version 2015. This article describes the enhancements made in this version.

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Here at Beringer Associates, we deal with a great number of Microsoft Dynamics CRM customers.  Some, we have noticed, are using the Google Chrome web browser to access the CRM web site.  Microsoft recommends Internet Explorer as the access point to the CRM web app,

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