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I was involved in one of the first Dynamics projects that used SureStep, in London in 2007 or so. My SureStep projects seemed to struggle with the assumption that it is possible to completely, accurately and unambiguously specify all your requirements in a document that developers can pick up and build a solution from.
Since 2008, I've been using the Scrum framework to implement Microsoft Business Applications and it's been a lot more successful. They've been quicker, less expensive, less risky, more fun and had better outcomes.
If you're interested in finding out more about the basics and benefit of agile business applications projects, I've created a free mini-course: Agile Foundations for Microsoft Business Applications. I'd love you to join me.
Or, if you've got any questions or challenges adopting agile approaches to Microsoft Business Apps then let me know and I'll do my best to help.
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