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Monthly Archives: November 2015

If you’re familiar with Scribe Insight, you know that on install a SQL database is created to help with a myriad of functions, processes, tools, etc. This database is called SCRIBEINTERNAL. One specific table comes in very handy when migrating or processing a multitude of data. This table, called KEYCROSSREFERENCE, it works in conjunction with the Cross Reference Keys feature inside of the Scribe Insight Workbench.

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Have you been looking into Opportunity sales forecasting the moment an Opportunity is opened? Have you ever wanted to provide buying recommendations for your customers as selling points? Or maybe you’ve been looking to schedule promotion calls to customers at just the right time? All of these predictive sales advantages are possible with a type of programming called Machine Learning.

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Preview our latest newsletter which features articles on the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 as well as How to Protect Yourself from the Latest Crypto-Locker Virus.

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We love to customize Microsoft Dynamics CRM solutions here @Beringer. We’ve been working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM since its inception, and we’re always finding innovative ways to integrate it with foreign systems. One of the challenges when ensuring data stays up to date is identifying and overcoming bottlenecks. Memory, CPU and Disk speed can contribute to a slow integration, but we typically see internet latency as the primary bottleneck. When an integration sends a request to a remote system, it usually waits idle until it receives its data. In these scenarios, it is very efficient to utilize that time by threading your integration. Why? Because threading can take advantage of that idle time by building and sending another request.

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Is Giving Really an Option?

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Beringer’s philanthropic bent has been evident since the first year of my employment. It was the 2007 Holiday Season and Christmas was right around the corner. In the office, a group of us, set aside an evening the week before December 25th to wrap gifts in preparation for their send-off to under privileged children. It was one of the many reasons why I enjoyed my new job.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 will be released by the end of this calendar year, so what’s new in the next version?

One of the prominent design goals for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 is Intelligent Customer Engagement, helping companies deliver customer experiences that are personalized, proactive and predictive.

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In the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 (scheduled for Q4) there are several updates across the product components. In the Mobile features area of MSCRM, there will be updates to a few of the features.

 

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In the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 (scheduled for Q4) there are several updates across the product components. In the Social Features area of MSCRM, there will be updates to several product areas:

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In the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 (scheduled for Q4) there are several updates across the product components. In the Customer Service features area of MS CRM, there will be updates to several product areas:

 

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The Microsoft Surface book is Microsoft’s next step in the evolution of its Surface touchscreen device. It is the inevitable leap, and it’s the missing link that connects a touch pad with a laptop. Think of it as an IPad and laptop in one, but way better. Running windows 10, you will have the access, programs and features you have come accustomed to. This isn’t a tablet, it’s a laptop. The screen has an innovative “dynamic fulcrum hinge” that connects to the keyboard to allow it to fold up just like a laptop.

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