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CRM in China

By the time you read this, I will be on my way to China, en route WLG-AKL-HKG-CAN-TAO-SZX-HKG-CHC-WLG. Nine airports in seven days – does that make me a potential Amazing Race qualifier? I have been hard at work localising some of the training material for our Chinese audience, and I’ll be delivering the training in Mandarin Chinese to my fellow countrymen and women.

This training tour is a two-day course focusing on building Line of Business applications with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0.

Back in February of this year, a team of us at Intergen worked very hard and built the content for this training course, part of the worldwide Business Action Training Tours (BATT) for Microsoft Dynamics CRM by the Microsoft Metro programme – an early technology adoption programme.

The full course consists of six modules, a mix of presentation decks, demonstrations and Hands-On Labs for the course. The labs are step-by-step instructions on how to build Line of Business applications by leveraging Microsoft Dynamics CRM as an application platform and integrating with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Silverlight, Office Business Application (OBAs), Office Communication Server (OCS), Microsoft Azure Services platform.

Each module consists of an hour of PowerPoints and demos, followed by another hour of 300-level deep code dive.

If you’d like to know more about any of the modules (in either English or Mandarin) – outlined below – please post a comment here, and I’ll check in with an update on my travels and CRM-related adventures when the tour has come to a close.

  1. Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 with Windows Presentation Foundation
  2. Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 with Silverlight
  3. Microsoft Office Client Integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
  4. Using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 with Unified Communications
  5. Introduction to Azure Services Platform with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
  6. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 with Windows Azure

For further updates, visit my blog: http://sundium.wordpress.com

Posted by: Jian Sun, Developer | 23 June 2009

Tags: Silverlight, Windows Presentation Foundation, Unified Communications, Azure, Dynamics CRM

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