MyCRM Product Roadmap and Statement of Direction for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

Welcome to the first of our half yearly road map releases from Product extensions for Microsoft CRM 2011.Here at MyCRM we have a dedicated team of designers and developers that aim to deliver extended value for your CRM 2011 solution, you will see on the medium that we have various blog posts about our products and offering along with examples of how to do things.   Future Direction More recently MyCRM has been in a design and planning phase for product release in 2012, our end game to deliver a number of Subscription Services along with a number of new Products.  Our focus as a ISV is to deliver easy to use easy to install full document solution that add value to end users and organisation day to day activity. Quality is paramount and we will continue to offer maximum support cover for all products and solutions that are developed for CRM 2011.  Products developed for CRM 4.0 will be supported until the end of 2012, and then support on an adhoc per organisation basis as we fully understand that migration may need more of a business need.   New MyCRM Subscription Services Our focus for our new subscription services will be around extending the marketing capability for CRM which will include Email, SMS, Social, and registration management.  As an organisation we are going to focus on fixed price per month per module and unlike some providers will not charge for usage or volume or transactions.   New MyCRM Products We will continue to develop, extend and create solution for the Microsoft CRM 2011 platform for all deployment types support Online, Partner Hosted and On-Premise.  Our focus for the next batch of product will concentrate on Sales and managing data with an intention to offer better Product Management, Data Management Tools, and social integration for end users.

eSpell – Integrated Spell Checking for Microsoft CRM Dynamics 2011

A number of customers I have recently been working with have come to the same conclusion or asked the same question, “How can I check the spelling in the notes or more importantly emails that I send from within CRM 2011” I did the usual searches and only found a single solution for CRM 4.0 and then came to the conclusion that maybe this was a product or extension that was needed in the market, obviously I had scoured the market place and maybe the development community just assumed this would be in the core product. Anyway cutting the story short the team here set about designing and building a solution that not only met the above requirement but went further to check fields on the individual form and then used multiple languages, further more we tested everything with Microsoft CRM Online, so we know it works with all deployment models.   The solution currently supports 8 language dictionaries which are easy for an end user to swap and download, the solution is built as a Silverlight component so deployment is straight forward. You can find out more here http://downloads.mycrmgroup.com/eSpell.aspx Join Us  http://downloads.mycrmgroup.com Or join the App group on Linked in http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Microsoft-CRM-AppStore-Marketplace-1500-1803842?mostPopular=&gid=1803842 Regards Alistair