Just wanted to send everyone a final note about the CRM Architect class that starts next week.
You may register using the following link:
Registration ends at 1:00pm CDT on Monday, August 25th.
The purpose of this class is to discuss the basic technical areas of expertise and skillsets that must be developed on your path to becoming a Dynamics CRM architect. In part, if not in full.
Much of the class involves group discussions for scenarios based on the requirements of real–world Dynamics CRM customers. We will discuss the requirements, the options, and finally the proper solution.
Finally, we will actually design, from scratch, a Dynamics CRM system for two separate customers.
Week 1: August 26th and August 28th
Week 2: September, 2th and September, 4th
Week 3: September, 9th and September, 11th
Week 4: September, 16th and September, 18th
Week 5: September, 23rd and September, 25th
Week 6: September 30th and October 2nd
8:00am–10:00am CDT (UTC -5)
$2,495 per student
Week 1: Introduction to the Dynamics CRM tools and technologies.
The two sessions of the first week will be exploring the tools and technologies that an architect needs to know and understand in order to properly select solutions for a given problem or requirement. The Tuesday session will focus on server–based technologies while the Thursday session will be focused on client technologies.
Week 2: Feature–based scenarios.
Week 3: Feature–based scenarios.
Week 4: Feature–based scenarios.
These sessions will consist of scenario–based training where we will review the requirements for a specific aspect of a customer’s CRM system, discuss the alternatives, and select what we feel is the proper solution to the problem. Each session will usually cover four scenarios but that will vary depending on the breadth of the requirement.
Week 5: Case study and system design. Scenario #1: Sarah’s Personal Concierge Service
Sarah has been a personal concierge for the past five years and would like to grow her business, bring on additional employees, while maintaining the personal feel that has made her in such demand.
Week 6: Case study and system design. Scenario #2: Billy Joe’s Oil and Gas Works
Billy Joe is an up and coming wildcatter who wants to build an oil and gas exploration company using cutting–edge technology and processes so he can get the most productivity with the lowest overhead possible.
Please let me know if you have any questions