Dynamics 365 New Features -All in good time – BethB-D365.com
Oct01

Dynamics 365 New Features -All in good time – BethB-D365.com

Keeping up with Dynamics 365 can be a full-time job.   Every week they are announcing a new feature or change coming soon to an Online Tenant near you.  It used to be Dynamics CRM and whatever feature CRM did not have, you went out and found an ISV that met your needs.   It is not so simple anymore! There is a lot of good with all these new modules and features, but it can make a… Continue Reading Beth B – MCT, MCSE ,...

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Dynamics 365 Customer Engagment Certifications – UGH! – BethB-D365.com
Aug14

Dynamics 365 Customer Engagment Certifications – UGH! – BethB-D365.com

Those of you in the space know you need MB2-715 and MB2-716 to achieve your MCSA and one of the electives to get your MSCE.  I chose MB2-717 as Sales is one of the biggest hitters in the D365 space. I just received my MCSE and passed several of the Dynamic 365 certifications.   I have never been a fan of using Certifications as the basis for people’s knowledge on products.   They… Continue Reading Beth B’s Article on their...

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Dynamics 365 and Office 365 in different tenants – How to consolidate !! – BethB-D365.com
Jun13

Dynamics 365 and Office 365 in different tenants – How to consolidate !! – BethB-D365.com

We have run into many scenarios where a company has Office 365 and then orders Dynamic 365 from a CSP (Cloud Service Provider) and their systems end up different tenants.  As Microsoft moves to the model where there can be more than one partner of record and various flavors of Dynamics 365 (Finance and Operations, Business Central, Customer Engagement, etc..),  I can see this problem… Continue Reading Beth B’s Article on...

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Personal Views, Charts and Dashboards (the forgotten process) – BethB-D365.com
May14

Personal Views, Charts and Dashboards (the forgotten process) – BethB-D365.com

Personal Views, Charts and Dashboards The forgotten process Being it he business, there are a million process and procedures when an employee leaves a firm.   One of the biggest “gotcha” moments are when their CRM account is disabled and removed, what happens to their personal charts, views and dashboards. Several times people create personal, views, charts and dashboards to share… Continue Reading Beth B’s Article on...

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Dynamics 365 / CRM Licensing – Start by making it Simple. – BethB-D365.com
Apr01

Dynamics 365 / CRM Licensing – Start by making it Simple. – BethB-D365.com

Dynamics 365 Licensing – The charts below make it simple. Miicrosoft’s licensing guide is 52 pages long.  That makes understanding licensing quite difficult and not for the ill of heart.  You need to try and simplify the options and then work with your Partner to determine which option is best for your needs. Whether you have Volume licensing, are a CSP customer or just other, your… Continue Reading Beth B’s Article on...

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On the Road to Dynamics 365 Blogging – BethB-D365.com
Mar29

On the Road to Dynamics 365 Blogging – BethB-D365.com

My new home to a D365 blogging site.  As I get more acclimated to creating my own site, I want to say, thank you for reading my blog and keep an eye out for all things Dynamic 365 as I slowly grow my following.   I am busy on LinkedIn and other social media, so check me out and let’s start this ride together! New Journeys are exciting so let’s get rocking and stay tuned..   Beth… Continue Reading Beth B’s Article on their...

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Double B (BB) Blog – BethB-D365.com
Mar29

Double B (BB) Blog – BethB-D365.com

Published by Beth B Working to become a Dynamics 365 and CRM expert – North American Chair – IAMCP Women in Tech Accomplished and results-oriented senior technology leader with progressive experience and expert proficiency in presales technology, project leadership, enterprise technology solutions and business process re-engineering. Passionate about technology &… Continue Reading Beth B’s Article on their...

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