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ADXStudio: Marrying ASP.NET with Dynamics CRM

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A few weeks ago we invited a bunch of partners to Redmond in for some advanced developer training on the upcoming CRM "Titan". We took advantage of that opportunity to get some of these partners on video talking about their solution, the CRM Platform and the opportunities they see in this for their businesses.

In this first video, Dynamics Platform Evangelist, Ben Riga chats with Shan McArthur VP of Technology for ADXStudio. ADXStudio is a Gold Certified Partner that specializes in building content management solutions on the Microsoft Platform. Until recently that meant mostly focusing on ASP.NET. They've now expanded far beyond that to integrate directly with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. That makes perfect sense. When you're building corporate branded sites that are a major source of prospects you'll want to integrate that with Dynamics CRM so that sales, marketing and customer service are all working with the 360 degree view of the customer. Nice!

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ADXStudio Home Page
Dynamics CRM on MSDN
Ben's blog

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ASP.NET, CRM, Dynamics

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