This episode is brought to you by Maplytics by Inogic. Listener Seth T. Bacon asks what is Microsoft’s position on third-party developed tools. To answer the question, Daryl and Jonas invited Matt Barbour,  Principal Platform Architect – Common Data Services for Applications Platform (CAP) at Microsoft to answer the question: Controls and constraints at the api level Will Microsoft […]

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In this episode (sponsored by mscrm-addons.com), hosts Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson discuss the easy to use (non-developer) methods to get data into Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement and the Common Data Service for Apps. Discussed on the show Import methods File types Import process Working with exceptions Relational data import What’s on your mind? […]

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In this episode (brought to you by KingswaySoft), Stephan Smith discusses the System Partitioning Strategy and the challenges of managing global deployment scenarios. As the number of enterprise customers adopting Dynamics grows, we’re beginning to see an increased number of large-scale global system deployments. In order to accommodate geographically distributed users, we need to consider system […]

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This episode is brought to you by D365UG. In today’s episode, Katherine and Will talk about reporting options for Finance and Operations. When should you use Finance/Management Reporter? When should you use Power BI? Difference between reporting in Customer Engagement and F&O Statutory reporting Discussing reporting with clients Reporting when moving from another ERP Reporting […]

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This episode is brought to you by Maplytics by Inogic. A few episodes ago we discussed personal mission statements. In this episode, Matthew Anderson talks about his personal mission statement and techniques he found to get to the why. In this episode: Frying turkeys Personal mission statements revisited Essentialism “Personal philosophy” vs. “mission statement” How do values fit in […]

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