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Craig Yellick Alto Co-Founder and Chief Solutions Architect

Craig Yellick is a master at leveraging his many years of IT solutions experience, excellent communication skills and strong business acumen to digest and explain how the latest IT innovations will help you grow your business.

For over 30 years, Craig Yellick has dedicated himself to researching and delivering IT solutions with a laser focus on cost effective business growth.  Craig Yellick is Alto Consulting's vice president and senior application architect.  Most recently he architected ZIMS, a very large scale zoological information management system used by zoos and aquaria all over the world. Craig's design is credited with making off-shore software development substantially more effective, producing higher quality software, faster and using only mid-level programmers for the bulk of the implementation.  The result was a solid cost effective design, done to scale and on budget.

Craig is the author of several books on software development, countless white paper and newsletter articles as well as over a dozen multi-day technical training classes.  Craig is also Alto's lead technology instructor and has trained thousands of IT students on many different topics throughout his career.

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Due to high demand for previous articles and webinars, Alto Consulting and Training’s own Craig Yellick, was asked to deliver a session as part of Unity Connect.  Unity Connect was IT Unity’s free 2 day online Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Office 365 conference (February 8-11 ) that brought together the world’s leading SharePoint and Office 365 experts.

Learn how to improve business process management (BPM) with the extensive out-of-the-box features of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and SharePoint. Both products make it easy to be more productive and enjoy the benefits of transparent, accountable, and repeatable processes. We'll discuss the relative strengths of each product and how they support and streamline BPM and even automate routine tasks. We'll offer guidance in deciding when SharePoint can handle a requirement versus when Dynamics CRM is the right way to go. It's not an all-or-nothing decision because these products can be combined for hybrid solutions. Finally, we'll cover a real-world case study where BPM requirements that are normally associated with custom software development were achieved at a fraction of the cost, and a gain of substantially more functionality, when built on Dynamics CRM and SharePoint platform.

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