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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Asynchronous Batch Process Solution

https://mscrm2015asynchronousbatchprocess.codeplex.com/ Execute recurring workflow processes with the help of this custom workflow activity that will trigger batch processing of records matching a query criteria, based on a configurable schedule.

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xRM Consultancy Timeline

http://www.xrmconsultancy.com/what-we-do/microsoft-dynamics-crm-timeline/ Visual timeline of past and future activities related to any CRM entity.

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IOTAP Report Scheduler

https://www.iotap.com/ProductDetail/tabid/788/ProductID/40/report_scheduler_microsoft_dynamics_crm_2011_online_onpremise/Default.aspx Send the contents of a CRM view as an email body text or attachment based on a recurring schedule.

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Posted in Data, Reporting, Usability

Apex Planner for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

http://www.apex.it/apex-planner/en/home “Apex Planner for Microsoft Dynamics CRM extends the standard CRM service calendar adding features from Microsoft Outlook like drag and drop to reschedule, reassign and clone appointments for users and facilities.”

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Executing Dynamics CRM workflows based on a FetchXML query

http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Executing-Dynamics-CRM-93f3b52a Custom workflow activity based solution for scheduling recurring workflows to be run on a group of records retrieved with a FetchXML query definition.

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Phone Call Assistant by Zero2Ten

http://www.zero2ten.com/Blog/tabid/63/EntryId/106/Phone-Schedule-Assistant-for-Microsoft-Dynamics-CRM-2011.aspx

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