Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
PowerObjects, a leader in offering service, support, education and add-ons for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, is proud to announce the launch of ‘The CRM Book,’ an online resource covering a wide range of topics pertaining to Microsoft Dynamics CRM. The book is designed for users of different backgrounds and experience levels, including beginners, power users, administrators, developers, and decision makers.
“Software publishers used to be able to publish a printed book and have it remain relevant for at least a couple of years,” says Jim Sheehan, COO at PowerObjects. “With faster development cycles and cloud-based delivery methods, that’s just not the case anymore. Because this CRM guide is online, we can be constantly editing and maintaining it and remain relevant.”
The book was written collaboratively by PowerObjects staff, and each chapter was assigned to experienced subject matter experts. It is divided into three major sections: ‘Basics,’ ‘System Administration,’ and ‘Extending CRM.’ Content is designed to remain fluid and editable as the technology changes.
“Our big, hairy, audacious goal is to positively impact one million users of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and this book will help us get there,” said Sheehan. “One of our driving principles at PowerObjects is to always add value, and I knew we had a team that was capable of driving incredible value with this book.”
Those interested can find the CRM Book at http://crmbook.powerobjects.com.
Over the last 5 years, the team at PowerObjects has worked hard to become the recognized leader in delivering Microsoft Dynamics CRM solutions through unparalleled offerings of service, support, education and add-ons. As winner of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Worldwide Partner of the Year award for 2012 and 2013, PowerObjects has built an unmatched team of CRM superheroes that help businesses and organizations of all types increase productivity, streamline business processes and build better relationships. PowerObjects is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with offices in Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Omaha, New York, Philadelphia, and Seattle. For more information on PowerObjects, visit http://www.powerobjects.com or call 612-339-3355.