From the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blogs: Storing Employees in CRM 2011; DLLs in the GAC; Instance Adapter; Two-Way SMS

Options for Storing Employees in CRM 2011: Over at the PowerObjects blog, JoeCRM says there are a number of reasons why an organization would want to store employees in a customer-focused implementation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

"The most common reason is that employees (some being non-users) are a part of a process such as assigning a record to employees, notifying employees, or inviting employees to a meeting," he says.

In this blog post, JoeCRM talks about the various options for storing employees in CRM 2011, as well as the considerations when doing so.


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