Optimizing Your Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server

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Do you use MS Dynamics CRM 2011? Then you may want to sit down with a consultant and discuss how you can optimize the most up-to-date version of the MS Dynamics CRM 2011 server. Below are just a few considerations.

Dynamics CRM 2011 Server Roles

Within Dynamics CRM 2011, you can install what’s called server roles. This means you can create specific functionalities on different computers, each of which correspond to different server roles. One benefit of this is the capacity for increasing throughput performance for users, for companies that have a large user base. Installing a server role usually involves either running the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server Setup Wizard, or configuring an XML setup configuration file and then running Setup at the command prompt. Server roles are typically easy to set up but may require a development professional.

Queries Against Large Data Sets

Server roles are typically easy to set up but may require a development professional.

If your MS Dynamics CRM 2011 contains an entity with a large dataset, record retrieval can slow down. This will require modification of one or more system settings, particularly with regard to global versus more restricted access. Once you do this, your system will be better optimized for all users. Additionally, with your up-to-date MS Dynamics CRM system, you may have to ensure that your Quick Find queries perform at their best by defining the sets of columns that are used in each query. A Clarity consultant can help you do this.

MS Dynamics CRM 2011 Server Optimization in Austin, TX

Clarity closely follows the updates and best practices for MS Dynamics CRM 2011 optimization, as well as the optimization of other Microsoft CRM products. It can be confusing to know what to look for and how to optimize your CRM, but we can guide you through the process as quickly as possible, ensuring a high return on investment for your CRM integration. Speak to a Clarity consultant today to learn more.

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