When providing client solutions with CRM, majority of the time clients want to migrate their existing data. The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive guide to migrate data with many to many relationships. As we all know support for many to many relationships is one of the coolest features in Dynamics CRM.
For instance, let’s assume a client wants to upload the accounts(companies) with the primary contact intact. In this scenario, accounts has a reference to contacts and contacts has reference to accounts (company). You can see the references in the below images.
Data migration is one of the top priority tasks in Dynamics 365 solutions. For majority of clients they have some data to be migrated to the new solution. And every client want their data to be perfect. So it is highly important that data is well prepared before doing any imports. Objective of this article is to highlight some of the best practices that you should follow up when preparing data.
Out of the box, Dynamics CRM provides us set of reports. This article will talk about Case Summary Table reports which is significantly important for case management scenarios. In fact it is capable of highlighting the trends and patterns of cases that you are receiving for your products and services.
Access teams is one of the cool features in Dynamics 365. This allows us to assign records to multiple users. An access team is basically a collection of users who has access to a record. For instance, there could be a large account, which a team of account managers might be working for continuous business.
There are many actions that you can perform against records. Following and un-following is one of them. This article is about a scenario where you can use this cool feature.
Assume that you have a list of clients or accounts. And you have nominated top 3 of those, because they bring the biggest chunk of your annual revenue. Above all they are your reference customers. Normally CEOs, Sales Directors would like to keep a close eye on these clients. With Dynamics CRM, they can easily follow these records. When they do that, these accounts will appear under the “Accounts I follow” view. So they don’t have to worry about all the accounts that exists in the system.
One of my previous articles, I have explained about how cool the Calculated Fields are. But, as always there is a catch, i.e. there are several limitations. So when you decide to use calculated fields, you need to remember these.
In many organizations, they have different relationships between their customers. And these relationships can be very complex. If you get 10 businesses, they do operations in 10 different ways. And you must respect that in order for you to have healthy relationship with your client. Fortunately Dynamics CRM is here to save the day. You can maintain the complexity of your customer relationship in Dynamics CRM.