Since its launch, Microsoft Project has helped project managers track progress, assign tasks, manage resources, and perform other similar tasks. Originally released as a web-based application but soon adapted for PC use, Microsoft Project features specifically designed tools to help you work on various projects from scratch. It includes support for the stages of project […]
One of the most asked questions by customers installing Dynamics CRM used to be, “Can we manage the project from the Dynamics CRM web app?” Or, “is there a way to manage resources on a single project directly from CRM?” And these questions made sense. Dynamics CRM was handling the customer’s order from when it was a lead up until it was invoiced. Why not take it a step further and allow customers to manage the projects from the same interface?
When implementing Dynamics 365, defining the project’s scope will be key to whether the implementation is considered a success or a failure. The scope is important as it defines what is to be accomplished and what is outside the parameters of the project. The Project Management Institute defines the scope of a project as all the work performed to deliver a product with the specified features and functions.