The Microsoft #D365 Implementation Guide – #D365ForHousing

The Microsoft #D365 Implementation Guide – #D365ForHousing

Today, during the Microsoft Business Applications Summit, Microsoft launched Success by Design – a vision for what’s possible with #Dynamics365, #PowerPlatform and Microsoft Cloud. Click on the picture to download it for FREE.  But if you’re not sure where to start I’m here to help you throughout your Dynamics journey. Here’s how: Help you implement your Dynamics 365 system…

#D365ForHousing – Its not all about Tech

#D365ForHousing – Its not all about Tech

I’m on a mission to bring together people and processes from across the Housing and Public sector and package them up in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for FREE!  #D365ForHousing is the Affordable.Innovative.Collaborative way of doing just that! I’ve already worked with a variety of housing professionals to create a number of modules including.. Person Property Tenancy ASB Complaints While…

#D365ForHousing – Its been a brilliant first few months

#D365ForHousing – Its been a brilliant first few months

FREE (to the Housing and Public Sector) Solutions added, 13 Organisations Subscribed and the opportunity to speak at the first Virtual D365UG -UK User Group Meeting. Here’s what’s happened since #D365ForHousing kicked off at the end of January 2020. What is #D365ForHousing? Its a great way for Housing Associations (and other public bodies) across the…

7 Tips for Planning a Dynamics 365 Deployment

7 Tips for Planning a Dynamics 365 Deployment

I’ve written a few blogs around user adoption and how to engage users throughout the whole process (6 Ways to Form a CRM Habit; 13 Ways to Get CRM Buy in). But how do you plan your deployment during this process? Here’s 7 things to help get the ball rolling: Migration: How much storage is…

Want to Avoid A Painful CRM Project Post Mortem?

Want to Avoid A Painful CRM Project Post Mortem?

Prevention is better than cure, so why wait until its all gone Pete Tong (wrong) before taking action? A project post mortem is carried out after the event when the damage has been done, we may sometimes take that learning into the next piece of work/project or, as in many cases, the paperwork gets put…

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