Dynamics Profile: CRM MVP says confidence to contribute comes with hard-won expertise

Natraj Yegnaraman When Natraj Yegnaraman received an email in February notifying him that he had been named a Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP, he thought it was a scam.

"I was nominated in October, but I didn't get any emails in general so I thought it was going to be April, so I'd just wait until then," he says. "Then on February 1, out of cycle, I got the email. But I thought it was a spam email or some phishing attempt. I didn't open the email until I went to the MVP site and saw that Microsoft was going to award MVPs every month instead of quarterly. Then I believed it."


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