What are you doing Saturday, February 23rd? Headed to sunny Tampa, Florida? Consider this your invitation to join EasyTerritory and other industry leaders at Dynamics 365 Saturday Tampa, an engaging free technical and strategy event in Tampa. EasyTerritory is a proud sponsor and excited to be speaking at an amazing event that brings together Dynamics 365 users to share experiences and best practices around the D365 platform. If you...

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February 2019 Release!

Posted By on Feb 1, 2019

EasyTerritory is pleased to announce our February 2019 release! The February release (v 3.34.03) includes several exciting new features and performance improvements • Next-generation territory building engine with speed increases from 200% to well over 500% • New cross-country territory building intelligence using new layer country codes • Simplified territory-builder user-experience • New missing-parts report when building...

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Mobile-Only Users

Posted By on Jan 11, 2019

Map Sharing At EasyTerritory we occasionally get inquiries from users as to whether it is possible to share maps that have been created with people who are not themselves EasyTerritory users. Sometimes there will be a person in the organization who might benefit from seeing an updated territory map, or perhaps a map of a new account list, but who has no need to create EasyTerritory projects nor any need to have access to edit maps...

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Happy New Year from EasyTerritory

Posted By on Dec 31, 2018

All of us at EasyTerritory would like to thank all of our users for helping us to have a great year in 2018! We look forward to making 2019 even better, including with our upcoming January release, which will bring dramatic performace enhancements to the territory builder. Stay tuned, and Happy New...

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Bulk Point Editing Feature

Posted By on Dec 14, 2018

Territory management takes many forms. Often EasyTerritory users will build their territories using geographic boudaries like Postal Codes, Counties, or States. Sometimes, though, a user will simply want to have a point layer color coded according to territory assigned. This is helpful in cases where there is a good deal of overlap in territories making geographic boundaries unpractical. See this map as an example of territories built...

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