In this episode (sponsored by AlexaCRM and KingswaySoft), Scott Sewell talks about data modeling. Should you structure it like you do for Dynamics 365, or go big, wide, and flat? How to structure your data model so that it makes sense to non-DBA’s? Data modeling for reading vs writing User testing your data model The “rubber […]

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This week’s episode of CRM Audio (sponsored by KingswaySoft and AlexaCRM) is all about how to balance excitement about the future of Dynamics and Azure while maintaining a foothold in reality. What do changes to the Dynamics 365 product team leadership mean for the future of the platform? Where does the typical Dynamics client take their […]

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In this episode, Scott Sewell is getting excited about the upcoming Microsoft Data Insights Summit 2017. Other topics discussed: Power BI mobile Annotations and links iOS app URL support Notification alerts This episode is a production of CRM Audio. Subscribe to the CRM Audio network of podcasts on Apple Podcasts

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In this episode of ProdCast, Matthew C. Anderson gives OneNote tips about how to effectively use tagging and other methods to organize OneNote: When should you use tags? Tags vs. Tabs? Add to OneNote or add to a folder in OneDrive/DropBox? One notebook or multiple notebooks? He also mentions some really great third party tools, […]

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In this episode (sponsored by KingswaySoft and AlexaCRM), George gives a recap of what he saw at Build, including in context Flows in in Dynamics 365, the future of Azure, business intelligence and cognitive services. Other topics in this episode: We welcome our friend Gus Gonzalez to the world of CRM podcasting with his new podcast “The CRM MVP […]

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