Microsoft Dynamics CRM system administrators take stock of CRM 2013 upgrade needs

November 26 2013

Microsoft Dynamics CRM system administrators have plenty to worry about when managing a software upgrade, and CRM 2013 presents its own unique challenges. 

"If you're upgrading to CRM 2013 from CRM 2011 what is the first thing you would do to start planning that upgrade," one user asked an expert panel at a recent CRMUG online meeting.

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Karya Technologies's picture

Thanks for sharing the post. Its all about the service provider you have selected to upgrade CRM. They can guide you the right tasks you should implement to make your upgrade successful. Their duty is not only to do the given work but also guide the client to enjoy the full sweetness of the technology.

CRMBridget's picture

Thanks for this post, Linda. Thought I'd share this quick how-to guide for installing and running the CRM 2013 code validation tool for those CRM 2011 admins that might be interested: Bridget