Tip #172: Easy forecasting with Dynamics CRM

Dynamics CRM deployment can amass vast quantities of data, both relevant and irrelevant. If this information is not used, it’s a burden on your infrastructure (on premises) or your wallet (online), and a dead weight for your business. It’s important to know or, at very least, have appreciation of forecasting techniques, for example, as demonstrated by our resident tipster .

Sometimes the job can be accomplished more effectively with the use of lesser known and documented Dynamics CRM features. Recently I uncovered one of these hidden gems. Want to know what is going to happen tomorrow in your business? Just use audit logs!

I can see the future!

Almost forgot. Dear lawyers, have a nice day!

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