First, a bit of history. Since the beginning of computing, optimisation has been an important part of writing software. In the very beginning, computers had…
This article came together after searching online for a suitable process to manage growth of SQL database data files instead of leaving them unmanaged in the default auto-growth configuration. So here is the fruit of my search and documents the process of making it work.
While many of you are having to work from home, we have seen an increase in reported connectivity issues from clients when accessing SunSystems remotely.…
Valid registration keys are needed to operate Collections Management for Microsoft Dynamics GP. With the transition of the Collections Management to Professional Advantage, this blog might be useful to unravel the RegKey puzzle.
Most of the clients I have helped with their Microsoft Dynamics CRM implementations believed that data import is easy. Clients simply don’t believe it is going to take a lot of time to do this task properly.
Agile. It’s a great word, isn’t it! I mean who doesn’t want to be agile? To be nimble, flexible, fast … what great skills. Now transfer this to a project.
One of the reasons behind Professional Advantage’s ability to quickly develop robust customer relationship management (CRM) based applications such as UpBeat, is a specific development framework.
As a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Gold Partner we have been asked the same question many, many times: “how can I import marketing list members from an Excel spreadsheet?” Our team of CRM developers have looked into this requirement and have built a tool.
Take a look at Windows Server 2012 in detail. Here we tell you what the enhancements are and what the new release means to you and your business.