From the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blogs: Donation Management Released for Non-Profits, Social CRM Adoption Rising in the UK, How to Remove NavItems on Forms, How to Use the Administration Console to Reassign Personal Views

February 1 2011

Newly Released Donation Management for Dynamics CRM 2011: The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog touts the launch of Donation Management, currently available in English for non-profits in the US and Canada. The new program is far more extensive than its previous incarnations:

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michaeljm's picture

To add to the Microsoft CRM Donations and Not for Profit functionality, and as Microsoft CRM is also integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX; Microsoft Dynamics AX has specific functionality suitable for Not for Profit accounting. It is a true end to end solution for the NFP sector. I have written about the use of Microsoft Dynamics AX and you can find these at; I hope that helps Michael