Friday, January 26, 2007

Quickbook Integration with Microsoft CRM 3.0

Hi readers,

I was quite busy with integration of an accounting system Quickbook with Microsoft CRM 3.0. I have done successfuly the Integration of Quickbook with Microsoft CRM 3.0, in current version I have completed following things..

1. Create Quickbook invoice from MS CRM.

2. Customer Query .

3. Invoice Query.

4. Bill Query.

It can be extendable as i am using QBWebConnector (Quick book web connector) & have written web service in .Net to access the above mentioned results.

If anybody interested to work like that, I am here for ....


Sharepoint with MS CRM 3.0


Many people wants to know the Sharepoint usage with MS CRM (Integration of Sharepoint Portal with Microsoft CRM 3.0). I would like to describe where you can use sharepoint portal with MS CRM for more effective usage of both. I have done following 3 components for Sharepoint & MS CRM.

1. Sharepoint Document Library with Microsoft CRM 3.0
2. Creating Sharepoint Dashboard in Microsoft CRM 3.0
3. Create / Delete Sharepoint site for customers / accounts from Microsoft CRM 3.0 workflow.

Many short components for Sharepoint, i have worked so far with MS CRM 3.0.

1. List web par of Sharepoint in MS CRM 3.0
2. Displaying MS CRM Business data in Sharepoint.
3. Sharepoint Portal for Document Management System (DMS)

simply i would like to say that with sharepoint portal & Microsoft CRM 3.0 integration a company can get alot benefits while developing new add-ons for such work. If anybody interested to do this, i have experienced and can do easily, just write me an email (


Friday, January 12, 2007

Microsoft CRM New Version "Titan"

Hi Readers,

Microsoft Corp. today announced that it is previewing the next major release of Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM — code-named “Titan” — with a broad range of partners through the company’s Technology Adoption Program (TAP). The new version introduces an advanced multitenant architecture, and uses a single code base to support on-premise deployments as well as software-as-a-service (SaaS) deployments through hosting partners and through the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics Live CRM service.

For more see