Published: January 22, 2016
Languages: English, Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Japanese, Spanish
Audiences: Information workers
Technology: Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Credit toward certification: Specialist

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Manage Microsoft Dynamics CRM components and the product catalog (24%)
Manage Dynamics CRM sales management components
Understand different record types; create, maintain, and use sales literature; create, maintain, and use competitors; understand sales territories; manage currency configurations; understand social engagement
Manage the product catalog
Understand the role of the product catalog and price lists; manage unit groups; manage products; manage price lists; manage discount lists; manage currencies; create product families and properties; manage product bundles; view products in hierarchical charts

Manage leads, opportunities, and sales (30%)
Manage leads
Understand the role of lead and opportunity records; understand the lead to the opportunity process flow; use the lead to the opportunity process form and the process ribbon; track leads; convert activity records to leads
Manage opportunities
Create and manage opportunities; manage opportunity records; connect competitors to opportunities; view resolution activities; work with opportunities from views; add a contact to an opportunity
Manage the sales order process
Add line items to opportunities; create and add write-in products and opportunities; select alternate price lists for opportunities; understand the process of the quotes life cycle; manage quotes; work with orders; work with invoices; convert quotes to orders and convert orders to invoices

Manage metrics and perform sales analysis (23%)
Manage metrics and goals
Configure sales metrics; configure fiscal periods; create and assign goal records; define parent and child records; create and recalculate parent and child goal records; create rollup queries
Perform sales analysis
Use built-in reports; export sales information to Microsoft Excel; work with charts and dashboards; work with system charts from an opportunity list; create dashboards; share dashboards and charts; perform advanced find queries; work with Microsoft Power BI dashboards

Integrate Microsoft Dynamics CRM with other products (22%)
Configure email integration
Configure email server synchronization; configure server settings, server profiles, and mailbox configurations; migrate to server-side synchronization; configure synchronization options; configure email client integration; use folder tracking; use the Dynamics CRM app for Outlook
Configure collaboration
Configure Microsoft SharePoint integration; set up SharePoint documents; use SharePoint documents; use Skype and Skype for Business with Dynamics CRM; use Microsoft Yammer with Dynamics CRM; use Office Groups with Dynamics CRM
Configure Office productivity
Work with Excel; export to Excel; work with Power BI; analyze data with Power BI; visualize data with Excel and Power BI to create an immersive experience; configure OneNote integration; use OneNote with Dynamics CRM


QUESTION 1
You work for a hotel chain.
You integrate Dynamics CRM and Microsoft Social Engagement.
You need to identify which sources are available for Microsoft Social Engagement.
What are two possible sources? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.

A. Twitter
B. Facebook
C. Trip Advisor
D. Instagram

Answer: A,B


QUESTION 2
You manager needs to view a collection of data records and a chart of the data records simultaneously. What should you instruct the manager to do?

A. Define a view and add a chart
B. Export the Fetch XML. and then import a chart.
C. Run the Report Wizard.
D. Create a personal report.

Answer: C


QUESTION 3
You have a Dynamic CRM organization that has more than 700 active goals.
At the end of each year, your company reevaluates each goal.
You need to identify which value of the goals must be configured manually.
Which value should you identity?

A. Actual
B. target
C. Rollup Query – Actual
D. In-Progress
E. Rollup Query – In Process

Answer: B

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