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Chris Weilandt

Chris Weilandt
Chris Weilandt is a Senior Solution Architect at Edgewater Fullscope. He has 9+ years of Dynamics 365 (CRM) consulting experience and has been working with Microsoft Gold Partners since Dynamics CRM version 4.0. Completing over 80 Fullscope CRM implementations, Chris has experience across various industries with emphasis on Manufacturing and Finance.

Recent Posts

Dynamics 365 Sales – 2019 Release Wave 2 Roadmap

By Chris Weilandt | November 4, 2019
Microsoft previously announced its 2019 new release wave 2 plan that will be made available over the span of October through March 2020. The improvements made in this release will ultimately help to m[...]

What You Need to Know: Dynamics 365 for Customer Service April '19 Release

By Chris Weilandt | March 21, 2019
Core Customer Service ‘Case Resolution’ entity extensibility Finally! CRM administrators and consultants have been waiting over 10 years for the ability to edit, add, and remove fields from the ‘case [...]

Important April ‘19 Microsoft Dynamics for Sales Release Notes to Know About

By Chris Weilandt | March 6, 2019
Microsoft is constantly enhancing their software solutions in order to create a better, more optimized user experience overall and deliver new capabilities for improving performance. Each of these upd[...]

Displaying Custom Field Data from Activity Entities on the Activity Pointer Entity in CRM

By Chris Weilandt | November 28, 2017
I've recently been working with activities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly CRM), and discovered a great tip along the way. Read on for insights around custom activities.

Tip: Naming Fields in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales (Dynamics CRM)

By Chris Weilandt | November 5, 2017
Have you ever created a field in CRM that started with a lower case letter? I recently did. The name of the field was "iRental Quote." When I went to add that field into the business process flow and [...]

Save Time Entering Data into CRM by Mapping Fields between Records

By Chris Weilandt | May 13, 2013
It's been said that a database is only as good at the data in it. A good way to ensure good data is to reduce the amount of data entry by your users and to ensure the correct data is entered. One way [...]