CRM and Machine Learning with Stefano Tempesta

Stefano Tempesta Episode 51: Markus Erlandsson talks to Stefano Tempesta from EF, Education First about ranking opportunities in CRM with Azure Machine Learning (ML). EF gets 15 000 inquiries a day and they want to call the most interesting. Stefano starts with explaining what ML is and then how EF uses it to rank opportunities.

Stefano is a Microsoft MVP in Office Development and Microsoft Technology Ambassador, and Chapter Leader of CRM Saturday for Italy and Switzerland. A regular speaker at international conferences, including Microsoft Ignite, NDC, BASTA, API World and the European SharePoint Conference, Stefano’s interests span across Cloud, Mobile and IoT applications. He can be reached via his personal web site

Azure Machine learning algorithm cheat sheet

The State of Dynamics 365 Sales in 2017 with Jukka Niiranen

Episode 50: Markus Erlandsson talks to Jukka Niiranen from Digital Illustrated about The State of Dynamics 365 Sales in 2017. The discussion starts with what is happening with the term CRM and how is the xRM going forward? Then what’s happening with the Common Data Service. How are the apps, Customer Service, Field Services and Projects doing?

Jukka works as a CRM Consultant at Digital Illustrated Finland, and is a Microsoft MVP for Business Solutions. He has 10 years of experience from Microsoft Dynamics CRM and has been writing his Surviving CRM blog ever since the days of CRM v3.0.

CRM UG EMEA Summit, Surviving CRM

Get User Adoption Going with Gretchen Opferkew

Episode 49: Markus Erlandsson talks to Gretchen Opferkew from PowerObjects HCL about how to get your user adoption going.

Gretchen Opferkew is the Director of Education at PowerObjects HCL where she oversees both internal employee development, as well as customer trainings and community involvement.  Having worked with Microsoft Dynamics CRM since 2006, Gretchen has over 200 implementations under her belt.  She has been awarded Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP the last 4 years and has been named one of CRM User Group’s All-stars. Her passion is speaking to groups about CRM best practices, architecture and design, marketing, training, and user adoption.

CRM UG EMEA Summit, PowerObjects Education

Soap to Web Api with Jason Lattimer

Jason Lattimer Episode 48: Markus Erlandsson talks to Jason Lattimer from PowerObjects about moving from Soap to Web Api, using his tool Crm Rest Builder and other ways of.

Jason Lattimer is a 4 time Microsoft Dynamcis CRM MVP and maker of several CRM utilities and devlopment tools.

CRM REST Builder, Jason Lattimer on Git Hub

Develop for Dynamics 365 with George Doubinski

George Doubinski Episode 47 were Markus Erlandsson talks to George Doubinski about how to develop for Dynamics 365 and what is new. They are going all over the place and talks about everything from Fields Service via Customer Insights to Data Export and Editable Grids.

George Doubinski is a 9th time CRM MVP specialising in all things difficult. If you cannot find him online poking or, it must be a rare occasion when he sleeps, spends time with his family or travels from A to B.

What’s new for developers: Microsoft Dynamics 365, XRM Tools and XRM tooling

Dynamics 365 First View with Philip Verlinden

Philip Verlinden Episode 46 where Markus Erlandsson talks to Philip Verlinden from Microsoft Consulting Services about the new Dynamics 365, and what he is excited about. He works at Microsoft but here he gives his personal views on these topics.

Philip is a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Senior Consultant @ Dynamics Domain, Azure aficionado, proud father and partner, passionately working @ Microsoft

Microsofts Live Event on Dynamics 365, Summary blog post on live event, Microsoft Integration RoadmapProject Madeira Preview, Microsoft Azure Pack Overview, Microsoft Azure Pack featuresMicrosoft Dynamics CRM Online patterns & principles for solution buildersMicrosoft Business Intelligence – our reporting roadmap

Certified for CRM with Andre Margono

Andre MargonoEpisode 45: Markus Erlandsson talks to Andre Margono from Barhead Solutions. How do I get Certified? Who can get Certified? Why should I get Certified? All questions are answered here!

Andre Margono is currently working as Solution Architect at Barhead Solutions and based in Melbourne, Australia. For the past 6 years he has been delivering CRM solutions for customers in Australia. Andre is a current Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP for his contribution in Dynamics CRM community and has been actively contributing through CRM User Group, Blogs and Forum since 2011.

Microsoft Learning (Booster Pack), Dynamics Certification List, Andre’s BlogCRM MB2-703 Study Guide (CRM 2013 Customization and Configuration), Melbourn User GroupDynamics Learning Portal, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Customization by Nicolae Tarla

Tools for productivity

Episode 44: Markus Erlandsson talks about tools to improve your productivity when developing for and administrating your Dynamics CRM organization

Software Development Kit for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, SDK Download, XrmToolBox, XrmToolkit (Crm Solution Manager), Diagnostics tool, Trace Reader

Tips and tricks for a CRM admin with Stephane Dorrekens

Stephane DorrekensEpisode 43: Markus Erlandsson talks to Stephane Dorrekens from Nerea about how you admin your Dynmics CRM System. Keep it running at full speed and with good data quality

Data PerformanceOrg InsightsCRMUG BeluxNerea Products, Pal Tool, Attachment Extractor

What’s new in Dynamics CRM 2016 and Update 1 with Gretchen Opferkew and Alex Fagundes

AlexFagundesGretchen OpferkewEpisode 42 where Markus Erlandsson talks to Gretchen Opferkew and Alex Fagundes from powerobjects about what’s new in Dynamics CRM 2016 and Update 1. Gretchen talks about learning paths and how you can learn faster. Alex talks about mobile client and sorts outs options for going offline and working with activities. Discussion continues with folder level tracking, Organization Insights dashboard and Power BI.

Organization Insights dashboard, Powerobjects Videos (POTV), Powerobjects on linkedin, Twitter