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earlier versions of surestep provided a Dynamics CRM Size Estimator spreadsheet for calculating bottom-up estimates for waterfall projects. Does this utility still exist as I am unable to find in in the 2010 or 2013 releases ? If removed if there a reason for this or has this been replaced with another utility ?
In SureStepOnline (mbs2.microsoft.com/.../default.aspx) there is an excel file called Sizing Spreadsheet for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
(It's also in the installed version, Diagnostic phase, remove filter for "only customer facing documents").
No, I am aware of this file. The one I was referring to was called "CRMEstimatorR25" which allows you to define bottom up estimates for Requirements/Configurations, ISV Solutions, Infrastructure, Integrations, Project Management, Training. It them provides Resource charts and a work breakdown structure with resource/time allocations for import into MS Project Schedule. Accompanying this was the CRMEstimatorReleaseNotesR25 and CRMEstimatorUserGuideR25 documentation
Sorry, don't have anything else.
After posting here, I read in the forum that it was removed from SureStep and that AX partners should be involved in estimations (as if AX partners weren't happy about guidance from Microsoft).
Happy new year :-)
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