Below you find 2 new books to be published in 2009. These books can be pre ordered at Amazon.com
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 Integration Unleashed Publisher July 6th, 2009
Virtually every organization that purchases Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 will need to extend and integrate it with other business applications. Until now it has been difficult to find independent guidance for doing so successfully. In Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 Integration Unleashed, two leading experts on Dynamics CRM integration cover all the techniques and best practices IT organizations need to successfully customize Dynamics CRM. This book focuses entirely on extending, customizing, and integrating Dynamics. You will find specific and detailed guidance for linking Dynamics CRM with other Microsoft and third-party products, including SharePoint, Office, Exchange, Communicator, PerformancePoint, BizTalk, SilverLight, VoIP phone systems, and both Google and MSN maps. The book also contains three full chapters on integration utilizing Scribe's powerful adapters and templates. The authors demonstrate how to extend Dynamics CRM 4.0 with features Microsoft hasn't added, including dashboarding, advanced reporting, custom/specialized integration, broader interoperability, and stronger "deep-dive" data analysis. They also show how to safely make custom Dynamics CRM applications available directly to customers.
Extend Dynamics CRM 4.0 with the features it doesn't contain: dashboarding, advanced reporting, "deep-dive" analysis, and more
Integrate Dynamics 4.0 with SharePoint, Office, Exchange, Communicator, Biztalk, Google maps, VoIP phone systems, PerformancePoint, Silverlight, Scribe, and more
Make available external applications that can be used directly and securely by customers .
Professional Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 Publisher June, 2009
Professional Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 explains development techniques using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 through real world problems and their applied solutions. This book enables readers to learn the MSCRM 4.0 functional aspects and start customizing and integrating the product with other applications. The code samples throughout the book can be used by developers as building blocks for solving real-world problems. This book is for developers who are responsible for customizing the product to meet enterprise needs through building products and tools around CRM, by creating reports, and through integrating Microsoft CRM with other popular technologies.Microsoft Dynamics CRM developers need this book to learn best practices through examples, real world scenarios, handy tools, expert tested solutions, and reusable code samples used to customize Microsoft CRM to meet enterprise business needs. Readers require no prior Microsoft CRM knowledge; however, it is expected that the developer has experience with the .NET Framework and general programming language such as C#.