Episode 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.
Episode 41 where Markus Erlandsson talks to Steve Webb from The Portal Connector and pavliks.com about the process of designing and creating a portal. What gets user acceptance happen. How to get started. Pitfalls to miss and what to consider.
Episode 40 where Markus Erlandsson talks to Kristie Bylos from ClickDimensions about the value of marketing inside Dynamics CRM. Kristie talks about what the integrated story is with Dynamics CRM and ClickDimensions, how to start automating. What kinds of values can I expect and the ROI of that. Success stories and pitfalls to avoid.
Episode 38 where Markus Erlandsson talks to Therese Reuterswärd from Nespresso about e-commerce, digital marketing and how that relates to CRM. How to get started and whats important, Therese gets it all explained here.
Forrester Research – Full length reports on omnichannel, retail and customer experience (charges per download)
Econsultancy – a wide range of research, data, analysis, training, consulting, events and online resources.
Therese’s blog (Swedish)
xRM Coaches Webinars
Explorer! for Dynamics CRM
DYNAMICS CRM Team Development Best Practices Video
xRM Coaches on YouTube
Mitch on LinkedIn
Jason Lattimers CRM Rest Builder Post, and actual Tool
Episode 35: Markus Erlandsson talks to Therése Lorentzon about being an Entrepreneur and how you think about customers. What is your customer focus and how do you keep the balance when everything is on you?
The discussion starts with why I should go to a conference and continues with what I might gain from going.
Episode 33: Markus Erlandsson talks to Jukka Niiranen from Digital Illustrated about the state of Dynamics CRM in 2015. Starting with looking backwards on all that happened. Then looking into the future with CRM 2016.