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July 26, 2010
Microsoft News - Akvelon Upgrades Global Search v.2.5 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
By Divya Narain, TMCnet Contributor
Akvelon Inc., a Bellevue, Wash.-based provider of CRM solutions, has announced Global Search v.2.5 for Microsoft (News - Alert) Dynamics CRM 4.0. The new version incorporates improvements including support tools for searching content of an attachment, display related entities specific to many-to-many (N:N) relationships, and the option to locate records by lookup fields. The upgrade has been brought out in response to recent customer feedback.
“When it comes to enhancing this progressive software, we are always learning from those who know best — our customers,” said Sergei Dreizin, CEO of Akvelon (News - Alert). “Through the process of listening to our customers, we determined which features were most needed and useful, and we’re pleased to announce that we’ve incorporated them into Global Search v.2.5 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0.”
Global Search v.2.5 allows users to search for attachment names as well as the contents within the attachments. The new version also offers the ability to locate records by lookup field and then open records by clicking on the appropriate link. What’s more, it is possible entity’s related records with many-to-many (N:N) relationships. With just one click, users can jump from any one, unique record to other related records.
“I am very excited and pleased with version 2.5 of Global Search, designed especially for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0,” Dreizin says. “With these new components, there’s a marked improvement over past versions of Global Search. Global Search v.2.5 delivers a more efficient user experience, as searching within Microsoft CRM 4.0 is now more detailed, profound and powerful.”
Akvelon Inc. is now in the process of currently developing Global Search for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 5.0. In Nov. last year, TMCnet had reported the launch of the Global Search Engine for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0.
Divya Narain is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Divya’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri