CRM Product News–Partner Ready Resources to expand your Practice

Posted by Charles Van Heusen


Since most traditional Microsoft Channel Partner don’t receive the Dynamics Partner Newsletters, I thought this would be worth sharing.  Especially for those of you have interesting in pursuing opportunities with CRM 2011 and CRM Online as a way to expand your practice and increase your Partner of Record (POR) fees.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Product Release Training
We are pleased to introduce a new webinar series comprising ten courses including the new features in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 for no additional charge.  These webinars are available via the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Learning Plans on PartnerSource and the Partner Learning Center (PLC).  Each webinar includes a downloadable Workbook for additional learning.  Courses range from 20 minutes to 135 minutes; with time specified in the PLC course description.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner Community Call
Become a part of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Community by attending the upcoming call on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 8:00am Pacific focusing on the CRM Software Advisor (CSA) Program.
This one hour call will be an in-depth review of the CSA Program and Processes including the following:
• Claim process for CRM Online
• Claim process for CRM On-Premise
• How to check the status of a claim
• Reasons for claim rejection
We will also review Frequently Asked Questions and provide tips and tricks to make the CSA program work for your organization.

Microsoft Dynamics System Integrator Business Guide
Find out how the System Integrator can plan for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Get an overview of the partner strategy, understanding the opportunities, certifications, resources and much more.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 & Office 365
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and Office 365 create a powerful pairing for customers. Learn how to advise your customers about Dynamics CRM, Office 365 and the Cloud by positioning the business value of each of these areas and the benefits of combining these together to maximize their productivity.


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