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CRM Saturday Mission
The Primary Mission of CRM Saturday is to improve Success rates of CRM Implementation by addressing technical and strategic challenges with the community and raising the awareness for soling these issues. CRM Saturday provided CRM and Dynamics 365 professionals and users with insights and training to improve CRM implementation and networking opportunities to keep develop, grow and encourage new speakers and community contributors and open source initiatives. The event is usally split into 2 tracks, Technical and Strategy. The Technical track addresses the specific technical challenges when addressing Dynamics 365. The Strategy track aims to address the challenges faced by CEO’s and Project managers in achieving change across an entire organisation.
The Technical Track is suitable for Dynamics CRM Developers and Technical Consultants who are responsible for Extending, Customizing, and Administrating the CRM Solutions.
The Strategy Track is suitable for Project Managers as well as those responsible for Sales, Marketing & Customer Service. Focus is more on the challenges of Practically implementing CRM within organisations and driving User adoption. We also showcase how to technology to solve common business challenges.
Management of CRM Saturday
The CRM Saturday brand name, logo and website are managed by the CRM Saturday Event Board, which consists of a group of volunteers dedicated to preserving the initial concepts of CRM Saturday and encouraging the growth of CRM Events around the world. They support organizers of local events by providing the support and resources for organizers to run a CRM Saturday event. Event organizers take full ownership of their events. CRM Saturday provides focus on providing speakers, Venue and Event management to make each CRM Saturday event successful and ensures all events stay true to the grassroots nature of CRM Saturday. All sponsorship funds collected by events go to the event.
By Ee Lane Yu: Barhead Functional Consultant
To all Power App noobies (like me) who wants to have a go but do not know where to start, check out the tutorial below (first chapter, there are more). Very easy and fun way to learn using an App built on Power App itself. 🙂
By Houweida El Ashkar – Sales Director
As I approach 18 months of my time at Barhead I can’t help but reflect on the incredible journey it has been. I remember knocking on Ken Struthers door and asking for a role (which didn’t exist at the time but that’s another story) as I was excited with his vision for his company. I wanted to get on board and be part of the Barhead Team, to be part of the initial team that will one day soon, see Barhead becoming the number #1 Microsoft Dynamics Partner in Australia. In a short amount of time (we are talking 2yrs) the company acquired Gold Microsoft Partner status within 6mths and went on to win the ISV Partner of the Year award in 2016/2017 at the Microsoft Inspire Conference. From there we formed a Telstra Partnership to enable clients to use Telstra tech funds on projects as well as recently becoming a Microsoft P Seller.
We have continued to grow and expand our presence in Melbourne and Brisbane. Along the way, we have delivered over 25 new Microsoft Dynamics 365 projects to our clients in various industry sectors, we’ve set sail on the beautiful Pilgrim yacht watching sunsets with our partners, clients and guests and recently we were recommended on stage by our clients at the Microsoft Business Forward event in Melbourne earlier this month.
To say I’m proud to be part of this winning team is an understatement! I’ve learnt so much along the way and formed some amazing relationships with my team, Microsoft, my clients and partners in our network. I feel inspired each day to come to work and make a difference. This is why I choose to work at Barhead. I am presented with opportunities and am challenged each day (because let’s face it, projects don’t always go to plan), rather than shy away from difficult situations, it’s become my platform to continue my personal and business development growth. Life is too short to be unhappy at work, find something you enjoy doing and make each day count.
Join 59 Dynamics365’ers at “Microsoft Dynamics 365 User Group (Sydney) – April 2018 Event”
For this month’s meetup, Stephanus will walk us through Microsoft’s recruitment App, Dynamics 365 for Talent and Anshul will show us how Relationship Insights in Dynamics 365 works.
KPMG are sponsoring the drinks and food so come along, learn a few things, and have a drink and a nibble with us.
If you want to hear about all the latest Dynamics 365 changes and chat with like minded industry peers come along to the monthly free sessions in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. 2nd Tuesday every month.
Learn how to hide search feature in DYN365
“In this vlog I show you how to prevent users in seeing the Search feature of Dynamics 365. Other entities and custom entities can’t be enabled yet for Search and I often get asked by customers to hide/remove the search feature so that users don’t see it. This is achieved by updating a Site Setting record. No code is required.” by Elaiza Benitez
For more information or to contact us email@example.com or 1300 DYN 365
Dynamics 365 is so much more than old-school CRM. With the Spring 18 release we will be working with a complete Customer Engagement solution, enabling you to engage with your customers from the very first anonymous contact with a potential customer through to maximising lifetime customer value. #MSDyn365 #MSBizApps #MSFT #barheadsolutions