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Get hands-on information for configuring, adapting, and extending Microsoft CRM.
Learn how to tailor Microsoft CRM to work the way you do. This in-depth guide is perfect for developers, IT implementers, and advanced users who want to learn how to use the new features and enhancements of Microsoft CRM 3.0 to meet exacting business needs. Two experts on CRM delivery case studies, integration and performance guidelines, and adaptable code samples—the information you need to help you create successful CRM solutions.
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About the Authors
Mike Snyder is cofounder and principal of Sonoma Partners, a Chicago-based consulting firm that specializes in Microsoft CRM implementations. Microsoft awarded Sonoma Partners as the Global Microsoft CRM Partner of the Year in both 2003 and 2005. Recognized as one of the industry's leading CRM experts, Mike authors several popular newsletters and blogs about Microsoft CRM.
Prior to Sonoma Partners, Mike led multiple product development teams at Motorola and Fortune Brands. Mike graduated with honors from Northwestern's Kellogg Graduate School of Management with a Masters of Business Administration degree, majoring in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He has a bachelor's degree in engineering from Notre Dame.
Jim Steger is also a cofounder and principal of Sonoma Partners. He architected and led multiple award-winning Microsoft CRM deployments, including complex enterprise integration projects. He's been developing solutions and writing code for Microsoft CRM since the version 1.0 beta. Jim also contributed to the Microsoft CRM 3.0 Technology Adoption Program and provided input for several of the Microsoft CRM 3.0 certification courses.
Prior to Sonoma Partners, Jim designed and led various global software development projects at Motorola and Acco Office Products. Jim earned his bachelor's degree in engineering from Northwestern University.