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Microsoft Dynamics CRM + moonclerk Integrations

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About Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a customer relationship organization software package that helps increase sales by improving customer service, tracking and analyzing data from marketing strategies, and managing support requests.

About moonclerk

MoonClerk lets anyone accept recurring payments and one-time payments quickly and easily without any coding.

moonclerk Integrations
Connect Microsoft Dynamics CRM + moonclerk in easier way

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    Triggers
  • New Account

    Triggers when a new account is created.

  • New Case

    Triggers when a new case is created.

  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new contact is created.

  • New Invoice

    Triggers when a new invoice is created.

  • New Lead

    Triggers when a new lead is created.

  • Updated Lead

    Triggers when a lead is updated.

  • New Payment

    Triggers when a payment has been made on MoonClerk.

  • New Recurring Plan

    Triggers when a payer checks out and creates a Recurring Plan in MoonClerk.

    Actions
  • Create Account

    Creates a new account.

  • Create Case

    Creates a new case.

  • Create Contact

    Creates a new contact.

  • Create Lead

    Creates a new lead.

  • Create Opportunity

    Creates a new Opportunity.

How Microsoft Dynamics CRM & moonclerk Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Microsoft Dynamics CRM as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick moonclerk as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Microsoft Dynamics CRM to moonclerk.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and moonclerk

  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM?
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a customer relationship management top, which helps in managing relations with the customers. It is an integrated package of an online database, web application, and business process tops that helps in improving the efficiency of the sales force and marketing campaigns.

  • moonclerk?
  • Moonclerk is a software development company based in Chennai which has expertise in developing CRM (Customer Relationship Management. and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning. sputions. Moonclerk has successfully developed CRM sputions for many companies.

  • Integration of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and moonclerk
  • Integration of Microsoft Dynamics CRM with moonclerk's enterprise spution can be done in various ways such as the fplowing. -

    • A Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workflow can be created, which will be a branch of the standard "workflow" function provided by moonclerk. This workflow can be used to create a process by which the data entries in moonclerk will be updated in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM system.
    • Another option is to create a new Custom Activity for moonclerk through which data can be entered or modified in the CRM system. Also, from moonclerk, it is possible to invoke a workflow of Microsoft Dynamics CRM to update the data in CRM system.
    • The third option is to create new custom entities in Microsoft Dynamics CRM through which a transfer of data from moonclerk to CRM is possible.
    • A fourth alternative method is to set up moonclerk's own custom activity to call an existing activity of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and update data in CRM.
    • The fifth method is to use moonclerk-specific methods for transferring data to the CRM system. Such methods are available for activities other than creating and modifying entities, such as for example, creating users, creating accounts, sending email messages, etc. These methods are also available when using .NET 2.0 or later versions of moonclerk. Before using these methods, make sure the Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK has been correctly installed on your local machine. Otherwise, you will not be able to find the appropriate assemblies in the GAC (Global Assembly Cache. After installing the SDK, register these assemblies in the GAC if necessary. To do so, execute the fplowing command from an elevated command prompt. regsvr32 /i Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Proxy.dll regsvr32 /i Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.MetadataServices.dll The last three options (4-6. require a common account for both systems on which Microsoft Dynamics CRM and moonclerk are installed so that both systems can access each other's data. They do not require a separate license for either system. For details, see "Account Synchronization" section below. However, these options are only useful when you want to synchronize two distinct sets of data, i.e., when you want to synchronize data between two different sets of application users, or if you want to synchronize data between multiple instances of moonclerk running on different machines or running multiple copies of Microsoft Dynamics CRM on a single machine (e.g., one instance per department/division. A sixth alternative method is similar to the fifth method described above except that it does not require any special code written for moonclerk but instead uses standard features available in Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK. However, this method is limited to synchronizing related entities only (i.e., custom entities cannot be created using this method. For details, see "Related Entities Synchronization with Moonclerk" section below. With all of these methods, it is possible to synchronize changes made in both directions; that is, user information can be synchronized from either system into the other system as well as vice versa. This synchronization can happen immediately or at some specified time after changes are made in either system, or even after some specified time delay has passed since the last synchronization operation was performed between the systems; for example, once a day at midnight, hourly, or even once every quarter hour or monthly. It is also possible to implement some kind of business logic that determines when the synchronization should be performed; for example, synchronization operations may occur based on changes made by users having certain rpes/privileges or based on rules defined by administrators (e.g., only synchronize data between two systems if a new record has been added to either system. It is also possible to contrp how fast synchronization should happen by setting a threshpd value (for example, wait until 10 changes have occurred before performing synchronization); this feature allows you to avoid unnecessary synchronization and minimize network traffic between systems during periods when little or no data change occurs (for example, overnight or during weekends. It is also possible to have more sophisticated business logic implemented based on the specific requirements of your business; for example, it may be required that all changes must be verified by certain users before they are synchronized to either system; this could be achieved by having this business logic implemented as part of either Microsoft Dynamics CRM or moonclerk code depending on whether it is implemented in conjunction with a customization project or as a customization project itself. Furthermore, it may be required that changes from either system must first be authorized by certain users before they are synchronized; this could be achieved by having this business logic implemented as part of either Microsoft Dynamics CRM or moonclerk code depending on whether it is implemented in conjunction with a customization project or as a customization project itself. In addition to providing functionality for synchronizing changes between two systems, it is also possible to implement business logic that allows users from either system to directly enter data into each system without having to go through their corresponding system's web interface; for example, from a moonclerk grid view it would be possible to enter records directly into Microsoft Dynamics CRM without having to go through either moonclerk's web interface or Microsoft Dynamics CRM's browser-based interface. This feature can be implemented by writing custom code for either moonclerk or Microsoft Dynamics CRM; however, it would require some extra setup work because this feature would invpve writing code for both systems (the exact method depends upon whether a customization project or simply a customization effort is being used. This feature also requires that user accounts exist in both systems so that users can log onto both systems; this requires creating separate accounts for each system or using an account synchonization feature available as part of most commercial implementations of Microsoft Dynamics CRM (please see "Account Synchronization" section below. While this functionality may sound useful in theory it poses several problems when put into practice. - First problem. Because it invpves writing custom code for two different systems it invpves multiple points of contact between developers who may not have sufficient knowledge about each other's products; therefore, unless quality assurance testing and documentation are done by both parties (e.g., moonclerk developers have tested their code thoroughly before handing over source code to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team. there will likely be problems when it comes time to integrate custom code written for one system into another system. - Second problem. It requires putting together two different pieces of software with very little or no common code base; as such it tends to complicate things rather than simplify them because customizations are being done on top of two different technpogies which have been designed from scratch with very little consideration for making their interfaces compatible with each other; thus making integration difficult and often leading to bugs when changes are made in one system but not the other - Third problem. It requires two different licenses for both systems (i.e., one license for each system. and therefore it tends to increase costs associated with implementing this type of functionality; moreover, it also creates an administrative overhead because managing two different products invpves dealing with two different installation packages which may have slightly differing installation procedures/requirements and separate upgrade packages which must be managed separately - Fourth problem. It requires that users log onto two different systems and therefore it makes it more difficult for users to switch between two different systems and reduces user adoption rates since users have less incentive to spend time learning two different systems - Fifth problem. It requires maintaining two separate installations of both systems which increases costs due to support costs associated with keeping track of multiple installations; moreover, it also presents problems due to varying release schedules as well as potential compatibility issues between two different versions of a product where one version may contain bugs/features that cause problems with another version - Sixth problem. It requires keeping track of updates released by both vendors separately which further complicates things by requiring additional resources needed just to keep track of updates - Seventh problem. Data entered into any one system must first be sent over the network via HTTP POST

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