Partner Solutions Showcase
Format: Partner Solutions Showcase
Migration Dynamics was built specifically to do one thing: to migrate your on-premise CRM data to Dynamics 365 without any interruption to your business. That’s it. By using the metadata available in Dynamics CRM/365, Migration Dynamics can determine the most efficient migration to ensure that no data is left behind. As part of this session, we will perform a live migration from CRM 2011 to Dynamics 365.
Director of Product Development
Michael is responsible for product development of Cobalt's Portal and Accounting solutions as well as industry specific solutions for non-profits and credentialing organizations.
Last year, Michael led a team at Cobalt to develop and release two free CRM add-ons: CRM Snapshot www.crmsnapshot.com and CRM Intelligent Query www.crmintelligentquery.com. Both add-ons were built on the principals of version support and solution centered development. Since their initial release the two solutions have been downloaded by more than 1900 users in over 50 countries.
In 2016, Michael led a team at eXtremeCRM, Warsaw, to build a CRM ChatBot during the one-day innovation challenge which resulted in the team winning 1st place in the competition.
Technical Sales Consultant
I have been working with Microsoft CRM since CRM 1.2 and still have my 1.2 certifications in my office. I spent 10 years managing CRM implementations for Cobalt until 2013 when I shifted gears to focus more on product development and R&D related to Dynamics CRM/365. I am active in the Dynamics CRM/365 community as well as my local CRMUG chapters as well as the CRMUG Non-Profit & Association SIG as one of the SIG leaders.
I have a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service degree from Georgetown University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of San Francisco.
In my spare time, when I'm not "playing" with Dynamics 365, I enjoy spending time with my wife (Courtney), daughters (Lauren and Emily) and beagle (Allie) in beautiful Old Town Alexandria, VA especially when we can take the top off the Jeep for a ride along the Potomac river into DC.