CRM 2011 Processes and Reporting Courses now available

Microsoft released new CRM 2011 courseware last month. The long awaited “Workflows and Dialogs Processes in CRM 2011 – 80444A” as well as a new topic, “Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 – 80445a” have been released.

Workflows and Dialogs Processes in CRM 2011 – 80444A is a one-day course to teach both workflows and dialogs. It replaces the 8003 workflows course for CRM 4.0. It is just in time for our upcoming boot camp in Raleigh, so we will be pleased to substitute it for the modified 80003 that we’ve been using while we were waiting for this course. It’ll be nice to start teaching processes rather than just workflows for CRM 2011, so I’m looking forward to teaching it in a couple of weeks.

Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 – 80445A is a new course to the CRM courseware. This is another one-day course that focuses on the reporting tools available in Microsoft dynamics CRM 2011. You can expect us to add this to our future boot camps as this is a welcome addition to the training we provide for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. If you’re interested in the new reporting course, please let us know! W is so it is I you are in a you and I was in place other e-mails you set up. Write your usability and other e-mail I is a you will or will I a e are trying to determine the demand before we alter our successful two-week boot camp formats.

Steve Noe, MCT

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