Qualification Required: BACHELOR OF COMPUTER APPLICATION, BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING
Skills Required: Enterprise Solutions and Frameworks - Microsoft Dynamics CRM
What-If Analysis using Excel with CRM Online 2015 Update 1
Find out how to analyze your data and transform it into meaningful knowledge with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Update 1 Excel integration. In this video we'll walk you through exporting CRM data to Excel without data formats getting lost in translation. For more information, visit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm-customer-center/default.aspx and http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=3943
What's New in CRM 2011 - Auditing
In the ninth installment of Sonoma Partner's 10-part series, we will highlight a new feature in Microsoft CRM 2011- Auditing, a background process that will record any changes to your records.
• Should be able to create and debug Plugins - Should be able to create and debug Custom Workflow activities
• Should be able to do Ribbon customization - Understanding of Solutions - Understanding of the security in Dynamics CRM
• Should have understanding of using Developer Toolkit for Dynamics CRM
Good to have:
• Strong design and development skills
• Ability to design and develop flows
• Effectively communicates to internal and external stake-holders"
- Basic qualifications
Full Time Graduation
[Job] - TCS: MS Dynamic CRM Functional Consultant, India
Company: Tata Consultancy Services
Location: Kolkata, India
BACHELOR OF COMPUTER APPLICATION, BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING
Enterprise Solutions and Frameworks - Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Candidate should be a MS Dynamics CRM Functional Consultant, with good knowledge on Dynamics CRM entities , workflows , configurations , customization development , integrations development; Sound in core NET technology and SSRS; Proficient on CRM Functional areas in Sales Force Automation , Marketing automation and Service management functionality
Dynamics CRM 2011 Field-Level Security
In addition to record-level secutiry, Dynamics CRM 2011 lets you selectively expose privileges at the field level. Richard Knudson shows you how to do it in this excerpt from his series of monthly 4-hour training sessions, Dynamics CRM 2011 Essentials.
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Microsoft CRM from ConsultCRM gets results: See how this global enterprise achieved 100% growth in sales and fourfold increase in marketing performance.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM provides a number of tools to analyze and report on sales-related information, including the following:
Lists, Views and Charts: Use for specific analysis of information.
Sales Reports: Access a number of readily available reports to help evaluate the efforts of the sales force, including sales history, sales productivity and sales forecasting.
Custom Reports: Create custom reports with the Report Wizard.
Advanced Find: Advanced Find allows users to perform complicated and comprehensive searches for all types of information, including searching for information from different types of records and viewing the combined data. The searches and results can be saved for later use.
Export to Excel: Export information to Microsoft® Office Excel® as static or dynamic worksheets and as dynamic pivot tables, and then use Excel's capabilities to manipulate the data and perform complex analyses.
Charts and Dashboards: Visualize important sales information. Charts present a visual display of information, drawing information from a specific view of a Microsoft Dynamics CRM record type. Dashboards can display one or more charts, for several different record types, and can also combine information from custom HTML pages, external web sites, and other resources.
Introducing Learning Path for Dynamics CRM
Looking for faster and better ways to onboard and train your teams? With Learning Path, a new Azure service, Microsoft Dynamics CRM delivers contextually-rich training, walkthroughs, videos, and articles right in the app at just the right time. Learning Path presents training tailored for different roles. For example, a salesperson only sees content created for salespeople. Watch this video to see how Learning Path helps people discover new features and become productive quickly.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Tutorials
What is Microsoft Dynamics CRM?
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a customer relationship management sofware package developed by Microsoft. It has primarily three modules sales, service and marketing.
Microsoft made Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform highly customizable which allows it to be customized to satisfy different customer needs beyond just CRM.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM comes in three flavours:
Online: This is hosted and maintained by Microsoft on their cloud and services are available as subscription.
On-Premises: This can be installed on customers premises.
Partner Hosted: This is installed on third party infrastructue and services are provided to customers.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 is the latest version, previous versions are: 2015, 2013, 2011, 4.0, 3.0, 1.2, 1.0
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is built on .Net framework. It can be customized both at server side and client side.
Programming language for Microsoft Dynamics CRM:
Server Side: .Net (C# or VB)
Software Development Kit (SDK)
To help customize the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Microsoft releases software development kit (SDK) with each version. This SDK contains assemblies, tools, sample codes and more. You can download it from below links