Welcome to ExtremeCRM…

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ExtremeCRM provides coding examples, insights, concepts and options for developing customizations for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011.  The primary contributor, Brenden Smith is a Microsoft MCP and Microsoft CRM 2011 Architect with deep experience with both federal agencies in the Washing D.C. area and large private sector clients

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2 thoughts on “Welcome to ExtremeCRM…

  1. Has anyone found a custom solution with more robust “relationship management” functionality? For example, it would be nice if CRM 4.0 had multiple “Set Regarding” functionality, so you could see related records in more than just one entity. To be more specific, does anyone know of a way to track all activities in multiple instances, e.g., a phone call to a lead could be visible in 4 contacts and 3 organizations as an activity.

    Any assistance/guidance would be helpful here. From what I understand, version 5.0 will have multi-relationship capabilities, e.g., be able to relate an activity (or any entity record) to multiple records.

    thanks

  2. Hola! I’ve been following your blog for some time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Houston Tx! Just wanted to tell you keep up the fantastic job!

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