Posted by: kurtsh | January 31, 2005

Siebel on SQL Server 2000

If you’re using Siebel (and you know who you are), this is a webcast on using Siebel with SQL Server 2000.  We should know – we use Siebel as our enterprise CRM product on SQL Server 2000… so much so that we have a LOT of custom web services interfaces into Siebel.  We even have our own custom add-on to Outlook 2003 that allows us to work with Siebel sales information and do opportunity entry DIRECTLY into Outlook 2003.  It also synchronizes Siebel CRM customer data locally to our laptops so that we can work with Siebel off line.  I certainly hope they go over the things that we, MICROSOFT, have down with Siebel internally because I think that that’s the most amazing and fascinating stuff not to mention a huge statement about the extensibility of Siebel.  I ain’t going to lie to you – we’re on a fairly old version of Siebel so the client components are fairly old the latest but I can say that the stuff that we’ve done to extend Siebel through web services has been super-cool.  I should know – I use it weekly!

To register, individuals may go to www.siebelonmicrosoft.com, click on the Events tab, and then choose the Feb 4th webcast, or they can go directly to registration page at: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032268342&Culture=en-US

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Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Improve TCO by Migrating Your Siebel Applications to Microsoft SQL Server

Start Time:  Friday, February 04, 2005 8:00 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
End Time:  Friday, February 04, 2005 9:00 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 

Have you realized the total cost of ownership (TCO) you expected on your Siebel CRM investment? It is more than likely that you are carrying forward an expensive and inflexible infrastructure with your deployment that requires a very high IT budget. Are you interested in doing more with less? In this TECHNICAL webcast series we will discuss tools, techniques and resources for successfully and logically migrating your Siebel CRM applications to Microsoft® Windows® and Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000. Join us as we speak with REAL customers that have migrated their Siebel applications to SQL Server, reducing hardware and software support related costs while enjoying the benefits of a highly available and scalable enterprise CRM application.

Presenters:  Anu Chawla, Technology Specialist, Microsoft Corporation & Frank McBath, Technologist, Microsoft Corporation


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